Jim's Guesthouse

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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    Dallying in Dali

    A travel blog entry by hshannon on Jul 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Others were still under construction. Between the villages were more farms. Only having time for a short ride, I turned around and headed back. The locals were harvesting chives/leeks or something oniony and the air smelled of it. There were also some old carts on the side of the road, and I think saw some cows being watered in the lake. Returning to my hotel, I was disappointed to find out that I would have to take 4 different busses to ...

    Surreal sights in Dali

    A travel blog entry by loftspiken on Feb 12, 2013

    2 comments, 53 photos

    ... of the town in the distance. It's possible to do a 5 hour hike to make your way up there, but short on time, we took a 10 mins cable car ride high over the forest and through the mountains. It was Julie's first cable car ride and she was pretty nervous. Once close to the peaks and cliffs, we embarked on the trail up the mountain, a long and winding collection of staircases and dirt paths. It felt a little dangerous at times and was a little exhausting (we were happy to ...

    Dali, a cut above the rest

    A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Nov 04, 2011

    53 photos

    ... and driven north by mini-bus. Our driver, Yongi, is a local man with minimal English. He is however, very friendly and good humoured, and he and I are able to communicate quite well, with the help of my phrase book. Yongi is not Han Chinese, he is Bai, one of the larger ethnic groups that populate Yunnan. He first takes us to a Bai temple which he knows intimately, then to an old town on the lakeshore. Here we wander through alleyways and into a series of courtyard houses, over ...

    A Rice-tastic Week!

    A travel blog entry by thestewarts on Oct 31, 2011

    48 photos

    ... the Bad Monkey, and although we could’ve easily spent another week there, it was time to head off to our next adventure!

    To get to the Yuanyang rice terraces, we had to head back to spend the night in Kunming (express bus 100Y), so we booked back into the Hump, which was fine for the night and meant we got to visit the massive supermarket to stock up on cereal bars and I got to have another of their delicious Swiss breakfasts before we set off the ...


    A travel blog entry by wilbcarm on Dec 28, 2010

    Drive pass by Dali’s most famous site: the Three Pagodas (SanTaSi) situated about 1 km northwest of the old town. They date back to Tang dynasty in the 10th century. Then take the chairlift near the Three Pagodas up to Cangshan (around 30 minutes) to visit ZhongHe Temple. Two restaurants invite you for lunch on the Mountain, not far from the Temple. After lunch, you have ...