Kinn One Hotel (Kunming North Railway Station)
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... sung on a child’s computer to the tune of ‘London Bridge is falling down’ and yes at age 4 a Chinese girl is learning English).
(All the attention we had is not surprising as on a normal day in a central China city we had been lucky to see another ‘westerner’ but on a train we have yet to meet any).
We all settled down for a sleep after the attendant turned the lights off and broke up our conversations, to a chorus ...
... 160; We spent our evening trying to put the English Microsoft Office 2010 professional version on our little Stone. Actually Stone did put the software on Stone while we enjoyed a KFC. We are now preparing all our mails and blog in order to prepare perfectly for the Great Way Back, that will kind of start tomorrow for Sally, while she will go to Xian when I’ll go back to Hong Kong. This is how our wonderful and unforgettable adventure ...
... we decided it was definitely beer o'clock. I helped the Fins make their latest blog entry. To make it a bit more interesting they do a lot of video entries normally humorous and often pretty unrelated to what they are actually doing whilst travelling. Personally I think its a genius idea and as I would find out later on could often make mediocre trips out that bit more fun and a lot more memorable. We spent the next few hours catfishing ...
March 11, 2012 to May 11, 2012, Keats Language School, Kunming, Yunnan, Southwest China
When we arrived at the Kunming Yunnan International Airport, I felt a definite sense of excitement. I was ready to take on the challenge of learning a very tough language, Mandarin Chinese, and looking forward to it. I was also excited to be staying in one place for nine weeks, but learning a new city and country at the same time.
For some reason, we couldn't ...
... are buildings going up everywhere, and the air is much more polluted than in Beijing.
We were told that we could have chosen the "cheap city tour". For Y1 you can catch a bus for a whole day. So for Y2 you could do the East-West and also the North-South trip - apparently a tour chosen by some backpackers! This is part of the government Green Campaign. Another greening initiative is encouraging the use of electric bikes - we call them the ...