Yuntel Inn (Kunming Xinying)
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* Our favorite dishes were: Maegen; Eggplant & beans & soy fried rice. Nick, Emma & Art; roast duck with thin pancakes, Helen; chicken & peanuts and Green-tea-cakes. Art; he liked everything! and tried everything!
Good bye China; thanks for the awesome experience and adventures. Welcome Laos; I wonder what experiences and adventures we will find ...
We flew back to Kunming at midnight last night - luckily the buses into town were still running, and so we were tucked up in bed by 3 this morning. A rest day today - we are so lucky to have Lew's place to flop in. Yesterday we hired a couple of bikes, and Ana and I visited a few places around Jinghong - the Tropical Gardens, where we sampled different tropical fruits, and saw the biggest lily pads ever - it would be frog heaven on those! A market at the northern end of town ...
... can't access it either!
On our wanders around Kunming, we saw locals holding dance sessions in the park, the elderly exercising through the use of trees, all sorts of weird and wonderful foods through to checking out street stalls selling everything from husky puppies to scorpions and colourful birds.
We also found a Starbucks and treated ourselves to a much needed Mocha!! But it ...
... and had legitimately stinky feet. But even then, I was offended. So, Ef the super touchy American with blond streaks in his hair. You're in a hostel dude, you're going to have to toughen up!! I dont even think my feet were to blame, I smelled them repeatedly. Oh..he later told me that his Chinese name was Chinese for Mozart.. I was glad to end my roomate-ship with him!
> While wandering around a hotel tying to find the office of the Vietnam Consulate, i was mistakenly ...
... back a few minutes later to say that they were out of one or another ingredient and we would have to pick again. This happened three times so we finally just kept it simple and ordered noodles and fried rice and then went on our way.
We made our way down to bar street and walked down the strip to see what was what. There was a trendy little bar called "Let's Start Here" which I thought was pretty clever.
We ended up walking into some random bar and sitting down. We ...