Yuntel Inn Kunming Chuanjin Road
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... rain no doubt at this time of the year)
Things we have learned
1. Claire now likes tofu.
2. It rains heavily in China.
3. When we get home we are going to get a puppy.
Dave's Transport stats so far:
Planes used - 1
Buses used - 16 ( +3)
Trains used - 8 (+2)
Metros/subways used - 16
Cars used - 5
Russian Campervans used 1
Horses used - 1
Camels used - 1
Taxis used - 3
Cable cars used -1
Bicycles used 1 ...
... first Nikon store you see, or the Nikon store 100 meters down the road. Outside of the large markets, there are many stalls set up, all selling counterfeit, cheaply produced electronics. A friend of mine bought a tablet & case for 400 RMB, or about $65.
Right outside of my apartment complex, there's a store with a big alligator logo on its sign. Naturally, I thought it was a Lacoste store. Actually, it's a "Zjieyu" store, which is a legitimate brand ...
... tent lined with tables filled with meat. The meat was simply laid out on wooden tables and vendors were handling the meat with their hands, while doing other things, like eating their food, playing cards, etc. This was clearly an FDA nightmare. We saw every piece of the pig and with every possible cut of the animal. One of the memorable views was a pig’s head cut crosswise with the eyes still in place. After spending a month in China, ...
... pick up Chinese. We decided to walk towards the train station and catch a taxi heading to pick someone up from the center. This walk developed into a unsightly run as we desperately tried to get the train station. We made it, the tickets cost £45 each so thank god, but we were rather sweaty and angry with all the taxi drivers that ignored us. The sleeper train was for four people but we were the only two that evening which meant we could stretch our and I taught Edana how to play poker. ...
... Annoyingly the people were everywhere... every route full of people taking photos. There was a pagoda with views over the site, and with so many people streaming through, mere numbers of tour groups, you had a matter of seconds to get a good photo taken.
I am not a number. We are not part of the crowd. We did not pay to be led by some little local person in a costume with a flag - thankfully. That means we are not stuck to 'the route'. Very quickly, ...