Fairyland Hotel (Tuodong Kunming)
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... we didn’t notice much in the way of infrastructure improvement (except in Moscow) but investment, by the few that have the wealth, seems to being directed to other countries where sophisticated investments can be bought to provide them with a higher percentage return, perhaps!
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As we progressed it became obvious we were not making up any time and our train was now due in at 9:30pm which was 30 minutes after our ...
... were pretty tired, so we went back home and now we continue relaxing... in preparation of our next amazing trip !
Apres le long voyage depuis Shangrila, nous sommes arrive vraiment creves a l'auberge de Kunming. Nous etions vraiment ravis de retrouver la chaleur et le ciel bleu, plus de touristes dans les rues, de bons lits, du linge propre, et une douche nous remettant bien sur pied !
Apres un bon repas ( et mes premieres pates bolognaises depuis des ...
... characters I have met in my entire travels. A travelling Chinese hippie named "Mr Bong" who hitchhikes across China selling handmade Tibetan bracelets among other well products that given his name don't take an awful lot of imagination to fathom out. Adam had kept bumping into him all across China but given his bizarre nature, Adam would often joke that he could never be completely sure if Mr Bong was real or just a figment of his imagination.
... What a wonderful arrival!
The first week of classes was fun, tough, and enjoyable -- all at the same time. Our daily classes (excluding weekends of course) would start at around 12:30 and then for a whopping four hours we would sit in a teeny room and listen to our individual teachers. My teacher’s name is Kelly, my sister’s Lynn, and my Mom’s is Evelyn. The whole school is made up of the same teeny classrooms, and one also very ...
... ANY children - let alone two! We saw many elderly people in the parks, and this is how the conversation started - it is a problem for young couples to have to look after four elderly parents with no brothers or sisters to help.
Tomorrow we head to Lijiang by plane where Michael and driver will join us tomorrow evening (they are driving), before we start our "hard trekking tour" to Tiger Leaping Gorge and circumnavigating Yulong Jade Snow Mountain.