Moonlight Hostel

Address: No.171 Yeyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.171 Yeyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, is near Dali University.
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    Travel Blogs from Dali

    Off the beaten trail: Nuodeng

    A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Oct 05, 2013

    16 photos

    ... They were from the village while the girls came from other parts of China. Spent the rest of the evening in the reception/lounge room part of the house using wifi and not doing much at all. So quiet. Not many guests maybe four others. This is a place we will always remember. And it is a place which will not remain as it is now for long. Either it will die (population has halved to 1000) or it will become developed and horribly touristy. Great ...

    Up the Mountain WE SHALL GO!

    A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Jun 16, 2012

    10 photos

    ... whether the woman would either be the Phoenix or the Dragon. If the woman was to be a Phoenix, she would be in charge of the household but if she was to be a Dragon, the man would be in charge of the household. This decision is determined by the two families.

    Climbing higher into Dali, we arrived at Cang (Tsang) Mountain where we took a cable car up and down. The line was pretty long to go up the mountain but the one thing that was entertaining was that there was a little ...

    Mountains, Massages and Masterchef

    A travel blog entry by scottszy on Oct 15, 2011

    25 photos

    ... for the easier cloud pass which was a 20min cable car ride up the hill... After a short walk out of the town we reached the station only to be greeted with half asleep staff (having a busy day it seemed)! The cable car however kept you awake mostly by fear as it had obviously seen better days and taken its fair share of people up the hill!

    The mountain pass however was a beautiful trail winding round the mountains through a mixture of pine ...

    Two weeks in the Chinese highlands

    A travel blog entry by ashventures on Jun 15, 2011

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... have stripped some of the outer bark of the healthier pines in a distinctive pattern, and attached cups to harvest their sweet, syrupy sap.

    It is then time to go up again, but this second pass is lower than the preceding. I stop at a small restaurant on top to eat, and am invited to get drunk with some young guys already well underway, one of whom almost has a head-on with a car as he sets off downhill on his scooter!

    The S307 meets the S222 that tracks a wide ...

    Sweet, sweet Dali

    A travel blog entry by dannyandsarah on Jan 09, 2011

    8 photos

    ... Chinese!! Turns out they didn’t catch that we wanted English. They took it back and it didn’t take that long until they gave it back with mostly English. We bought an external hard drive and headed back to the old town with our mostly Chinese but functionally English computer.

    Thankfully, the other task of finding bike repair kit supplies went really well once we stumbled on the only bike shop in the old ...