Mca Hotel

Address: 150m South from Wenxian Road South Gate, The Ancient City, Dali, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 150m South from Wenxian Road South Gate, The Ancient City, Dali, is near Dali University.
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      I don't ever want to leave

      A travel blog entry by kwagssd3 on Sep 23, 2014

      24 photos

      ... to the village where they completed inquiry and service learning projects to better learn of the area's ways. Some students studied the triumphs and tribulations of small business, while others learned to sew and hand stitch alongside village masters. It was true apprenticeship, with international students coming to know China on its own terms.

      The International School of Beijing, having strong ties with SAS is here to witness the ...

      Yuck Milk Tea

      A travel blog entry by noodlesandrice on Feb 28, 2011

      40 photos

      ... we have seen about ten other westerners the whole time we've been here. We have basically just eaten lots of really nice food and drunk gallons of tea. We even treated ourselves to the Bai three course tea one day and it was absolutely awful. One of the tea courses was like a yak milk pancake cut into shreds and brewed in the tea and it was just disgusting, it tasted like gone off milk and gave us both dodgy tummies. We ate dim sum at a hole in the wall type place (4.5Y/43p ...


      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Aug 31, 2010

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      ... traditional dress.
      Seated next to a tea board, she brewed green tea and red tea and jasmine tea and poured them into bowls for me to try. Her voice and brown face were cute, yet her manner was serious. "Wo shr bu erzi, suoyi wo mai cha gei wo fuqin," I said. (I've been a bad son, so I'm buying tea for my dad.) She laughed. And I was happy to get the chance to enjoy this Chinese tea-drinking tradition.
      I returned to ...

      Ahhh, we slowed down the pace in Dali, China

      A travel blog entry by oulous on Mar 10, 2009

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      ... as we were getting used to the place and feeling welcomed we fell under attack by a militia of recently released school children! After striking their colors by ******* in front of us we were surrounded and they proceeded to unload their entire clip of water rounds through colorful pistols.... We retreated after fighting the good fight but they saw fit to throw rocks at us, only salting our wounds. Luckily we were able to head into the jungle of ...

      One last breathe

      A travel blog entry by wonderworld on May 01, 2008

      ... for until May 18th, but considering that it was 30 dollars for the whole month, I'm not so sad about leaving early. As to where I will be going...I have NO idea...Maybe i'll just hop on a train and wait for the Universe to speak to me... Oh yah, let me also formally announce my return. I had had plans to stay and work in China. But after serious consideration, I will be going back to the States for the New York teaching program. So see you all soon!!! ...