I want to get back into some sort of shape after a long period of inactivity but need some help to do it. Anyone with some semi/professional experience out there to help me set up a plan and accompany me a bit on it? Let me know and we can discuss details.
Just wondering about internet speeds in KM. Although they have improved from a year or two ago, still seem a bit slow sometimes, especially uploading. I seem to have max rates of about 1.6Mbps/0.2Mbps (DL/UL) or 200kBps/30kBps (hope I have those units right). Are those about average and is there any way to improve them or are they fixed by CT/cable capacity/whatever? Any advice appreciated.
Actually it's no problem, I did it earlier this year. Yes, need to send everything to a friend to submit, but they will send p/p back by EMS directly. All details are very clear at www.vfs-india.com.cn/ and I see they've just started an office in Guangzhou too.
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Sadly another place 'gone'. It's still there but under new management. There is a completely new menu, all chinese, mainly drinks, with just a few snack items. Gone are all the great sandwiches and salads they used to make. Pity, this place provided a good sometime alternative on Wenlin Jie.
Best Sunday brunch experience in Kunming! A great selection of just the right type of food which goes down very well the morning after a heavy night. Jeroen is making dishes that not only taste great but are also very easy on the eyes. Add to that David's awesome Bloody Marys and the lovely rooftop terrace and you can't go wrong. True, things can be a bit hectic in the kitchen if it's busy, but be patient and you'll be well rewarded.
A slog to get to but worth it. Great authentic Thai food in an elegant and cozy atmosphere with friendly service and fantastic city view. A bit pricey but good value for money.
Nice quiet conversation place with plushy sofas, big windows and good selection of coffees and milk teas, if a bit pricey. Food is also good.
One of the nicest places to enjoy a meal in Kunming, both inside and out, that is, if the meal were actually enjoyable. The food is sort of haute Yunnan cuisine with strange combinations and few simple, normal dishes. Quality is OK but not really worth the price. Better just have tea, wine or a beer and eat elsewhere.