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Kunming Trip

Stone Forest

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I'm finally getting to our trip to Kunming that we took at the beginning of the month. We traveled to Kunming with a group of 45 teens from the school. Kunming is in part of the Yunan province (much warmer and more temperate than the area we live). One of the must-see areas is the Stone Forest, a national park full of giant limestone formations (known as karst if you want to get technical). It reminded me of trips to national parks in the states. It's so amazing, that it's hard to appreciate while you're there. They taxi you from one scenic spot to another, but the whole area is really beautiful.









Posted by Blanchardlawn 18:25 Archived in China Tagged stone forest kunming

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Beautiful! This reminds me of where we traveled in Vietnam to Ha long Bay. This place was spectacular, and probably one of the most amazing places I will ever see in my life. I'm glad you are getting the opportunity to experience so much during this trip!

by Bethany

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