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... morning the sounds of a roster crowing. Then I would hike the near by mountain and ride a bike along the massive lake. I would find a secluded area along the lake, strip down and wade into chilly water. After swimming for a while I would clime back on shore and let myself dry in the sun. Then I hoped back on the bike and road back into town. Returning to my hostel I would ...
... plans to visit Dali. We took a boat ride on Er Hai lake in the morning. During the cruse there was a song and dance show where the performers greeted each guest with 3 cups of tea, a Bai tradition to welcome friends to their home. The first cup is "bitter", the 2nd "sweet" and the 3rd cup is for "remembrance'". What a endearing gesture to wish each guest to return to Dali. In the middle of the immense lake, there is ...
... without a day of rest. So we took advantage of the torrential rainfall that pelted down the entire time we were there to take a bit of a break. The hostel had a lounge with computers and a DVD player, so we just hung out there watching movies and chatting with other travellers. It was nice and ...
... based on pork and we tried 2 dishes- sweet and sour pork and ... ( raw skin) which is slow roasted and flavoured with ginger, scallion and chillies.- both were delicious. However, none of us really enjoyed the rice tea !
We were then taken to the old town and guided around the side treets getting little bits of information. 95% of the people living here are from minority nationalities with the Bai being the largest group represented here. Some of ...
Some of the Bai people were in traditional costume. The younger Bai women were all in brightly coloured clothing, with lots of red and white. White is a very special colour to Bai people. The unmarried Bai women wore a headdress with a long white tassel hung over their left shoulder. This was the sign that they were available.
After leaving Xizhou we drove back towards the old town ...