Fairyland Hotel Dali Zhongheju
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... to help in the body. After a typical Chinese lunch, we visited a tide dying place. A lady was there sewing the fabric together for it to be tide dyed. It was amazing how much sewing was required to create the intricate patterns. This was followed by Mahjong so that we could rest a bit before our bike ride. I finally won my first game. I can honestly say I addicted to the game now after playing it for the last few days. Well I'm not going to be winning the Tour ...
... were being erected at every turn.
To the north of the city lay a trio of pagodas that stood tall and slim like space rockets in a distant field. We tried to walk to them, but the punishing rain prevented our progress through the now-gushing rivulets of water that dominated the muddy streets at the city's edge. Our return to the city led us into a coffee shop to avoid the rain, where we were encouraged to sample some of the coffees of which the locals seemed very proud. ...
... at the silver shop he then tried marble as this is also mined locally – in fact all marble in China comes from Dali – or so we were told. Once again Aaron’s efforts failed. So then we went to a tea shop and for the third time this trip we were served samples of tea. It would of course been impolite to refuse but then had to explain that we would not be buying any tea as we had ...
... past a waterfall along a well paved and flat path that wound its way along the mountainside. It was a relatively short walk 11km or so and we got a chairlift back down at the other end. It was fantastic to get out into nature and was a great training walk for the altitude and longer hikes that we plan on doing, especially knowing that from here at 2,300m we're going to Shangri-la, which is some 3,200m above sea-level.
... the city one could see windmills on the top of the hills into Xiaguan, which is the “new” Dali. The Old Dali is appr. a 30 minute bus ride out of town. We arrived in the evening, starving and tired, but fairly
good humored. After checking into the very first hostel we saw, we ventured out to scavenge for dinner, hitting the first affordable looking, typical “hole in the wall” type of restaurant. A ...