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... the walls of the old town, which saves us a pretty renminbi. The local government here have gone to great lengths to ensure that the old town is not swallowed up by the modern city- ten kilometres, to be precise, the distance to the modern urban area, albeit there is still a built up suburb outside the walls.
'Claire' provides the usual spiel, which emphasises the presence of Yangren Lu (Westerners' Street); after all her time with the company, her ...
... straight up to us and asked to sit with us so that they could be photographed. It was very amusing particularly as the shy ones sometimes walked past us several times before plucking up the courage to approach us.
After lunch we visited Dali museum which was not particularly interesting or extensive but provided a quiet retreat from the crowds of tourists on the streets outside. At the northern end of town we found some less touristy streets and ...
After sadly waving goodbye to Dali, we jump on the local bus for a three hour trip to Lijang. It is surprisingly comfortable and way above standards of local transport I have encountered before. At the bus station, we load into three separate taxis, ours leading the way. We start to question whether the driver has been given directions when he asks in broken English where we ...
Dali était à 15 heures de bus de Jinghong. Le voyage s'est fait de jour en bus couchette. Notre arrivée au 'nouveau Dali’, Xiaguan, étant tardive, nous sommes restés dormir et avons pris le bus pour la vieille ville le lendemain. On a perdu environ 15 degrés par rapport à Jinghong et on était de retour en hiver (ou début printemps).
La vieille ville de Dali, avec des montagnes légèrement enneigées d’un côté et un grand lac de l’autre, ...
... out Chris in the next carriage as he told me he would teach me some survival Chinese. After about an hour I return to my carriage for some dinner, a culinary extravaganza of instant noodles and a beer. According to the slogan on the can this particular brand is “popular with people”…. good to know.
After dinner I settle into some T.V shows and a movie, the little netbook I bought in Hong Kong proving its worth. At 10 it’s lights out and time ...