Hotel du Temps Perdu
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... over fifty six different ethnic groups, a tropical climate and food that borrows from the culinary styles of its neighbors, Dali is close to perfection. And, unlike its neighbors, the city managed to survive the destruction of the Communist Revolution during the 1970s with the military using Dali's buildings as a safe haven for its troops.
If China formulated a list of cities most crucial to preserve, Dali would surely be at the top of the ...
... to explore Dali old town. Before I had even got to the town, I spotted a morning market. This market sold everything. Most things I have never seen before! The entrance was crowded with women and food stalls, selling noodles and I have no idea what else! Lots of gooey lumps they were cutting up, some flaky pasty and goo and slimy things. Not a clue!! Dried things stalls seemed popular - dried fruits, mushrooms, starfish, squirrels (?), pipefish :( and loads of things I did ...
... her we're trying to get to Dali she tells us to jump on the C72 bus which will take us to the west bus station, the bus cost 5Y/47p each.
When we get to the west bus station a guy sees us walk in and immediately asks "Dali?", we nod and he walks us over to a ticket booth, buys our tickets for us and then walks us to the bus to make sure we got on the right one. I loved that guy! We were both totally relieved as when we got to the station we were searching for ...
... for a person to speak only Naxi.
I slept that night in an open-walled second floor, surrounded by baskets made of tree bark, and the herbs and nuts and ferns that dried in them.
From the gorge, I went to Lijiang. Few ancient cities outside of Beijing are talked about as much as Lijiang. Its name means, "River Beauty."
In the ancient city ... screens of wooden windows, resembling the screens Asian emperors ...
... day today playing pool ....chess and drinking cheap beer..........chattin with a few crusty brits Eating some wicked local cuisine!! Nowt much else to report........loking forward to getting back out there tommorow.......hitting the sticks and off the beaten track big time tommorow ....so should be good/interesting/fun/frustrating/crazy Byeeeeeeeeeeeeee NICK xxxxxxx ...