Yuntel Inn Kunming Xichang Road
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... Two more workers got involved and Charlie was lead to another desk. There yet another worker advised the first to simply issue the boarding pass to Kunming. Charlie could get the Chiangmai pass in Kunming.
Charlie was very troubled indeed.
In the Kunming airport Charlie, worried that she would miss the 12:45 connection, rushed through the terminal. She arrived at the transfer desk out of breath. "Oh," said ...
... had serious back ache. It took the better part of 2 days for him to feel normal again. He spent much of that time sleeping while I read a lot and did some exploring on my own. I stumbled on the Bird Market where many animals , from puppies to scorpions were on sale. In the evening Graeme and I went for a short walk and saw more informal dancing sessions as well as an impressive sound + laser show projected on a fountain.
... Now in hindsight I should have just walked away, but my English sense of not wanting to be rude took over. I was stood so close that I literally could have touched each one on the head. With all the noise they were making I was tempted to pat their heads in the same way a mother soothes her poorly child. Needless to say I decided against this course of action.
Back on the coach we continued on our way and arrived at Kunming's east bus station several ...
... We stood and watched elderly people do a cross between tai chi and line dancing to a karaoke singer with a boom box providing the music. They were having a good time.
We saw some black headed gulls from Siberia that we don't see in the southern hemisphere. We next went past the old military headquarters of the Chinese army during the Sino-Japanese war, a bright yellow old building. Then ...
... took a nice stroll through the park passing all of the various ethnic dancers perform.
Surprisingly around 3:00PM Ghang contacted us wanting to meet up. He met us at Linda’s home where we sipped Puer tea, the most famous tea from Yunnan and much like wine is more valuable the longer it is aged. Linda, the sophisticated woman that she is, has been collecting and aging her own tea. I don’t think it is ...