Hotel du Temps Perdu
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... information office" (in reality a tour agency) and she told us she knew where it was and it wasn't far but there were "too many cars" to tell us where it was.
Finally a Chinese tourist helped us by helping us to get a taxi. The taxi driver drove a little way out of town, and then phoned the hotel for directions. The next thing we knew he was doing a u-turn and driving the wrong way down the slip road back towards the South Gate. The hotel turned out to ...
Dali is home to the Bai people who are one of China's 56 ethnic minority groups. To the East of Dali is Ehrai Lake. The lake is very important to the Bai people. It is where they get much of their food from. I decided to go on an adventure around the lake to learn a little bit more about why the lake is so important!
... turns very wet as I ride the narrowing river valley, but dries a bit in the evening. Scarce camping spots leave me squeezed onto the edge of another roadside hillock, while all the local dogs bark away. I can hear the owners speaking clearly, so patiently time most of my setting up to coincide with passing vehicles.
A short distance into the next day, emerging from the valley I enter a whole new micro-climate where suddenly everything is arid. Looking back, I see the ...
... that she was suited to this type of tour but it was still a real shame.
She said she was leaving because people had been questioning the budget and she wasn’t going to be accused of stealing but when I asked her about it she said no one had said anything officially but she knew what people were saying behind her back. I actually hadn’t heard anyone say this. What I think had happened is that Ali had lost the respect of ...
... locating the entrance to the park we caught the cable car up to the first temple - lovely views over Dali township, the Three Pagodas and pine forest. The actual hike up the mountain was tough - at this altitude you catch your breath very quicky and the track was virtually straight up. Quite a work out. But the view of the town, the lake and being high enough up to have the clouds rolling around you ...