Kinn One Hotel (Kunming North Railway Station)
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... them... you won't regret.
Walk a distance to catch a taxi preferably the one that ferry passengers to the station.
There pros and cons having to join in the local tour to the normal tourist attractions. (The entry fees bought by the local people are far much cheaper than you buy it yourselves).Example if you want to go by yourselves, to buy a ticket for an attraction venue cost you RMB 100 plus hiring a transport would cost you say 30-50 ...
... is a clearly defined channel with physical barriers , many Chinese don’t believe in lining up.
Several times when I have been obviously reading an exhibit plaque or viewing a display of some kind an individual or group of Chinese tourists have wedged their way between me and the display in question.
DANCING IN THE DARK
A very charming and oft-repeated sight during our travels has been the groups of Chinese that congregate and ...
... the only white people in town we stood out a mile. The guy sitting next to me was very nice and could speak a little english. He noticed that I was reading a pocket guide (the boarder guards didn't spot that beauty) and decided to teach me useful Chinese phrases.
When it was my turn I jumped into the barber's chair and asked for short back and sides (in charades of course). I thought we had an understanding but when the barber picked up his clippers he plunged ...
... trip was the cormorant fishing demonstration. This was an amazing show put on by a normal fisherman, using trained birds to catch fish at night! He would use a light on his boat to attract the fish, and also a generator to power the light. Other than the generator, his boat was all man-powered. When he let the birds loose, they didn’t fly away, but instead went fishing right away! They would catch many fish, but the trick was, they had their flexible ...
... security, old Chinese ladies would buy these lighters for virtually no money at all and then go and sell them on the other side of security. No marketing is required wherever nicotine is involved, so they just set up shop and wait for the money to roll in. (I agree. None of the above is travel blog relevant material.)
Tomorrow, we will arrive in Hong Kong once again (by train obvs), where our journey will come to an end.