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... it's too early to check in. That flight doesn't leave until 5:05."
Charlie did not know at whom she should direct her anger: Orbitz? China Eastern?
Around 3:30 when she tried to check in, she was told that her ticket did not exist. In even greater frustration she went to the help desk. After looking at her printed out itinerary, a grumpy woman barked, "Where did you buy this ticket?" The tone was ...
... Graeme well again we wanted to rent some bikes but with none available ended up hiking around the city for several hours before returning to the hostel for dinner and an early night.
Kunming seems to be thriving with lots of construction cranes dotting
the skyline. The buildings going up here, unlike Shanghai are not
flashy. Most seem to be high rise apartments.
The following morning we rose early and set ...
... As our beloved Lonely Planet had been seized, we had no idea where we were or where we should be heading too. Compounded with the fact that everything is in illegible script and no one speaks the language, it was a tough moment. Fortunately we found a woman who suggested we head to the nice part of town around Green Lake Park, so we jumped in a taxi and headed there (£4).
The taxis in China are far better than those in other countries we have visited. There ...
... memorial from the same conflict, and on to the Flower & Birds Market near the old Muslim Quarter. We had a great time here looking at all sorts of old Chinese things you don't often see, and plenty of cage birds and aquarium fish. At one side of the market there is a street of old buildings that are about to be demolished, giving you an idea of what the area looked like during the forties, ...
... to find some quality teas selling for over $20,000.
I was more impressed with the fact that Linda owns and plays the Chinese piano, it was a bit of pulling teeth but I managed to get her to remove the dust cover and string a few chords for me.
Still full from lunch, Ghang insisted on taking us all to dinner for the well-known dish called "across-the-bridge noodles." It is said the dish is created by a ...