Yuntel Inn Kunming Chuanjin Road
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... as we attempted to exit Vietnam with visas that were as overused and unwelcome as a rendition of "Gangnum Style", we were more than a little bit relieved when the Vietnamese immigration official gave our passports the seal of approval after only a cursory inspection, and handed them over to us, signalling that we were free to exit the country. No third degree, no suspicious glances, not even a stern shake of the finger. As a result, it was with much ...
... and failed, but came across amazing houses and a beautiful temple. The heat was getting to us, so we went back into town to have a rest. Dave and I then set off on the bikes, and went down by the river, passing all the night bars. Just for my record - her are the villages we visited on our trek. Bus from Jinghong to Menghanzhen Boat to Guan Mu - lunch Meng Song - stayed the night SanJiaCun - lunch ManMe DaZhai - stayed the night PaDang ShangZhai - stayed the night ManMe ...
05/01/2013 (Sat) - Getting to Dali Ancient City For the last time, I allowed Qiong to go on another hitch-hiking attempt although I was extremely sure that it would be near impossible to get a free ride this time. Nuodeng (诺邓) was not a very popular tourist location (yet) so there were not many visitors, less to say those who came in vehicles. Perhaps, I was just trying to let Qiong had a taste of her first defeat in hitch-hiking so she could correct her ...
... I was Effed! I showed one of them a map that I was holding that had "Vietnam Consulate" written in Chinese. It was dark so I guess he couldn't read it so he just looked at me confused. He couldnt read it because it was dark but at the moment, I thought he couldnt read it because he was Vietnamese and it was written in Chinese. This worried me because he seemed to be very serious, almost bouncer type and it felt like I needed to explain to him quickly what I wanted and why I was ...
... local friend Tan Chang. She told me we would have to meet a little later. About 10am as she had a job interview in the morning. I met up with her at the bookstore where we had first chatted. Turns out she quit working at that bookstore the day after I met her and was now looking for something different.
Anyways, she took me to a popular local spot. She called it "snack street" and their were small shops selling all kinds of snacks. We went inside one that she usually frequents ...