Bo'Ai Inn

Address: No.159 Bo'ai Road, Dali Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.159 Bo'ai Road, Dali Town, Dali, is near Dali University.
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    Travel Blogs from Dali

    Chinese Paparazzi

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 15, 2015

    45 photos

    ... extended family when they get married, the bride is required to cry for the entire day before her wedding to express how sad she is to be leaving her family. In fact if some brides have trouble crying, the female members of her family are required to help her however they can which often involves pinching the bride and having her eat hot peppers to cause the tears to flow. Therefore on her wedding day her eyes are all puffy from crying so much that she has to wear sunglasses ...

    A ride in the wild ! - En selle Marcel !

    A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels on May 05, 2013

    21 photos

    ... hop, let's go back to Dali !

    After 7 hours biking, the wooden branch of the first popping Restaurant seemed like a big feather cushion... what a privilege ! we had only one desire: to sleep... but we were woken up by the tasty smell of Yak steak!

    We met Rania, our roommate, on our way back to the hostel, and we just listed up all the nicest countries we wanted to discover on this amazing planet... what a wonderful person!


    Our First of Three Old Cities

    A travel blog entry by zoco on Jul 26, 2012

    135 photos

    ... we saw was called 冰岛咖啡 (bing dao kafei -- literally "Ice Island Coffee" -- Can you guess which country "bing dao" is?). Almost all the waiters spoke a good amount of English. I guess they're used to a lot of foreign customers.


    Travelling is like flirting with life ...

    A travel blog entry by sorbus on Aug 25, 2011

    140 photos

    ... economic and political situation. The huge untamed areas I anticipated, but not the neat, rurally barely inhabited, Chinese-ified land of tidiness and control. We found Chinese soldiers weeding the grassy verges of the roads in the middle of nowhere. An endless and thankless task reminding me of the tales of UK soldiers having to paint heaps of coal white as the black is so unsightly. Tibet is green, lush even at this time of year when harvests are being brought in. As we ...

    Dali - fabulous drunkenness and shaky bike rides

    A travel blog entry by natontour on Mar 13, 2011

    34 photos

    ... the following day and go out on a cruise with them on ErHai lake, but my hangover wanted it otherwise. It took me the better part of the morning to get well enough to face the day, and impulsively, we decided to rent some bikes and get active. The bikes were mostly fine, except for slow brakes and malfunctioning gears...

    So we pedalled up to the three pagodas, just to have a look from the outside(we'd been tipped off about ridiculous ticket prices), and then ...