Baiyun Hostel

Address: No.22 Lvyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.22 Lvyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, is near Dali University.
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    Travel Blogs from Dali

    Monday 10th, Tuesday 11th: Dali

    A travel blog entry by anyaleska on Feb 11, 2014

    28 photos

    ... she is now retired, which is true, and that anyway, 'daddy' didn't want to travel in China xD
    It makes the guy laugh.

    3rd stop: We decide to stop where we're not supposed to and pay extra to go and see the cormoran fishing. I've seen in on documentaries about China (BBC's Wild China, for anyone interested, a series of 6 truly beautiful documentaries about the Middle Kingdom) and really want to see it live. However, it is a big disappointment, as we supposedly ...

    Yunnan - Ancient City of Dali & Three Pagodas

    A travel blog entry by ngrick on Nov 28, 2012

    8 photos

    ... occupied only a small area but Buddhist temples occupied the largest area to the rear of the pagodas. We were mainly interested in the three pagodas and their reflections in a pond and skip most of the temples, including the Buddha City (佛都), which was crowded with tour groups. The afternoon was short and night fell quickly. We had tom yam steamboat at a newly-setup restaurant named Rainbow Bean (彩虹豆). They offered a special ...

    Kung Fu King

    A travel blog entry by finbarrorourke on Jul 17, 2012

    3 comments, 16 photos

















    So now it's been made official. After two weeks learning Kung Fu, I've been reclassified as a lethal weapon. I have now developed such earth shattering abilities such as walking with a rock on my head and shouting "Hhheeeeiiiiyah" really loudly. Scary I know!

    The temple's beautiful, it's on the side of the misty Cangshan Mountain and is really peaceful. ...

    Two weeks in the Chinese highlands

    A travel blog entry by ashventures on Jun 15, 2011

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... typically rise steadily to a crest, from which they descend again, unlike the up, down, up, down that seems to be the way in most other countries. Of course this makes for long and winding ascents, but there was probably no option for Yunnan, which is about as hilly as Laos (i.e. very!). Myth no. 2: Chinese roads are terrible.

    Late in the day, I spot a small town buffet where I get hearty portions of rice, tofu and greens for 3 yuan (US 45c), and I eat well and takeaway ...

    Dislocated Knees and Jail TIme

    A travel blog entry by monnat07 on Mar 13, 2011

    22 photos

    ... style hutong. There is a patio on the roof with an amazing view of the city, Erhai Lake, and the surrounding mountains. The sun was coming through the through the clouds onto the mountains creating a scene fit for a painting. First Elliot climbed off the patio onto the tiled roof to get a better shot, then I ran up to meet him, then there were ten of us standing on the slanted tiled roof of the four story hotel... just ...