Jim's Guesthouse

Address: 57 Bo'ai Road, Dali, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 57 Bo'ai Road, Dali, is near Dali University.
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      Goodbye China

      A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Nov 27, 2014

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      ... through security and arrived at the boarding gate hot, flustered, but most importantly in time for the flight. Luckily, no one noticed (other than ourselves) that in the mad dash to get us on the plane our names had been spelt wrong on our boarding cards and didn’t match the passports. So much for boarder control…. thank goodness.

      Ultimately we boarded our tiny plane (complete with old school propellors) and were soon on our way to Laos! It all felt very Indiana ...

      Travelling to Dali

      A travel blog entry by wellesbourne on Jun 27, 2014

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      We had to leave our really pleasant hotel to travel to Dali. We began with a visit to the market in Shaxi. First the. Livestock and then the fruit and veg. The livestock market was a little reminiscent of the one in Kasgar, but smaller. We then travelled onwards. It was 126 kilometres to Dali. We visited a tie dye workshop in a small village near Dali. I had never realised that indigo was a bush and neither had I realised you could ...

      3 Cups of Tea in Dali

      A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2 on Apr 07, 2013

      20 photos

      ... There are paintings of scenery, flowers and village life on the white walls. This style of house can only be seen in the Dali area. Lin herself is a transplant, born in the western Xinjiang province and has traveled globally. When Lin landed in Dali, she choose to stay and opened the lodge. She speaks fluent English and makes all her guests feel at home. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay with Lin and will recommend it to ...

      Searching for Dali

      A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 26, 2012

      11 photos

      ... place, even more so than other old cities in China, as the old and new towns were separated not only by a city wall but also by a 10-kilometre stretch of road. At such a late hour, our only option to find our accommodation was to hail a passing taxi and make the long trek to the old town as the rain continued hammering on the windscreen and the wipers swung frantically from one side to the other.

      As we awoke the following morning at the decidedly Spartan but ...

      A wonderful day in and around Dali

      A travel blog entry by littleboylost51 on Jul 25, 2011

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      ... part of the monastery of Chongwen Si but this was destroyed during the Qing dynasty. The tallest and oldest of the pagodas was built around 800 AD while the smaller two date from the 11th century. The pagodas themselves are situated near the foot of a hill with the Buddhist temple complex rising towards the summit of the hill behind them. The whole complex is set against a backdrop of cloud ...