Category Archive: Tea Time Stories

Teatime in Yunnan: Puer, more than Chinese tea

Sightly annoyed, tired, dirty and ultimately lonely we walk out of town. From the last underground station, the city extends further, and we cross empty neighbourhoods, bridges and roads. Blindly, guided only by… Continue reading

Teatime stories – A train across the steppe

Rosa’s daydreams fly out of the window as she travels contemplating the colours of the steppe. The semi-desert thirsty shrubs give place to green pastures, to creeks and tiny lakes with a crown… Continue reading

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