Jiaju Inn

Address: No.81 Wenxian Road, Dali Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on No.81 Wenxian Road, Dali Town, Dali, is near Dali University.
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    Travel Blogs from Dali

    I don't ever want to leave

    A travel blog entry by kwagssd3 on Sep 23, 2014

    24 photos

    ... the other settled in a stable future.

    Brian Linden, with already established roots in the village represented the perfect partner in this vision. He would provide the lodging and local contacts, while Craig would guide the students and write the curriculum.

    So what started as a vision came to fruition four years ago when Craig's first group of students stepped foot on Dali's soil. They lodged at the Linden Centre and took part in ...

    Three pagodas

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 04, 2013

    6 photos

    ... and huge toads!!! The main symbol of Dali is the 3 pagodas. These are amongst the oldest structures in China and are found 2km north of where I am staying. I walked up there, along the dusty main road and was faced with a loads of huge tour busses. (Although surprisingly for the whole 2 hours I spent there, I saw not a single other western tourist! All were Chinese). The entrance fee is enough to put anyone off - £12! Ridiculous! I've not come close to paying that ...

    Searching for Dali

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 26, 2012

    11 photos

    ... a nickname for the road that traditionally housed many of the restaurants and shops established by non-natives over the years. Much like the rest of the old town, however, its pavements were lined by tourist souvenir shops, punctuated by only a handful of interesting little bric-a-brac and craft shops, and crammed with over-excited Chinese tourists. A return to the pagodas in lighter rain than the previous day also beckoned, and we ploughed back out of the old town, through ...

    Day 88 - Chinese New Year

    A travel blog entry by everett.butler on Feb 02, 2011

    43 photos

    ... sea of humanity. The celebration of Chinese New Year falls during their Spring Festival, which is similar to Christmas, Thanksgiving, and New Year’s Eve all wrapped into one. The whole country essentially goes on holiday for two weeks and takes the time to spend in the company of their immediate family. We were adopted by a few friendly locals throughout the festival and their graciousness and ...

    Erhai Who?

    A travel blog entry by kai.berlick on Aug 20, 2010

    8 photos

    ... road (which is actually about a kilometre from the lake’s edge) and heading north along the western edge.

    At various points dirt or concrete roads headed down into villages by the water, and we took a few diversions to try and cycle any paths we could find closer to the lake, but we always had to turn back and come out to the main road sooner or later. It was pleasant cycling through the small villages and occasionally taking photos of the lake ...