Siji Chenxiang Inn

Address: No.428 Renmin Road , Dali, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.428 Renmin Road , Dali, is near Dali University.
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        Travel Blogs from Dali

        Around the lake

        A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 30, 2014

        1 comment, 23 photos

        ... were made to feel very welcome and were given a private tour of the hotel, which was lovely. We spent a while to chatting and finding out about the centre and also chatting to Jeanee Linden who had just returned from the States. I'd love to have stayed there! After a lovely couple of hours mooching about we left for another village by the lake. This time it was the place where they do the tie-dying. ...

        An Ancient city, touists and meetings

        A travel blog entry by birrell on Nov 24, 2012

        58 photos

        ... br>

        A long rest the 2nd day, then a phone call from An Lim - a CS we had
        tried to meet in Penang, Malaysia back in June. An had stayed with a
        CS in Paris that we had just stayed with on that trip. After many
        messages we were now meeting in Dali, China.

        3rd day we joined An and her school teacher colleague Eva for a trip
        to a nearby village. What a fun day. Eva was fluent in Chinese and

        Yunnan and Me

        A travel blog entry by finbarrorourke on Jul 02, 2012

        3 comments, 12 photos

        ... it. Turns out the monk had to pick up some mates and then we all went to his house for some lunch before hitting the road proper.
        The great thing about not having anywhere to be or anytime to be there is that I can take as long as I want to get somewhere and if it gets too late, I just stop where I am, stay the night and head off again the next morning.
        Even with the stops though we still landed at the exact same time as the bus and I met a lad from my ...

        Dali - Old City and the 3 Pagodas

        A travel blog entry by shaun87 on Dec 16, 2010

        67 photos

        ... times I went to where the no.60 bus would leave. Whilst waiting for the bus I got talking with one of the guys that was also waiting for the same bus who could speak a little English. His name – Wei Shao Wei a 25 year old college student. He tried to explain to me what he was studying but no matter how much he tried to explain I still didn’t understand – but acted as though I did ha!

        The bus took just over an ...

        In Dali for my b-day!

        A travel blog entry by torij on Aug 21, 2010

        53 photos

        ... our Dai clothing we bought in Xishuangbanna and went to Dali's Ancient City again to see the red lanterns at night and walk around. We stopped into a little bar to listen to live music and Bing had the band sing me happy birthday!

        ***Thank you for all of the Birthday wishes on facebook!! I was able to read them through my email account. It meant a lot to me. I'm thinking about you all ...