Moonlight Hostel

No.171 Yeyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dali

Dali, Rice and Friends cooking class

A travel blog entry by aimeefinley


... from the shops or street vendors. This is a very unusual and remarkable occurrence for me! The Chinese traveling class is an interesting group. I see lots of fashionable clothes and hair, high heels on the cobblestones, and people using umbrellas as sun shades. There are some families with small kids but mainly groups in their 20s or 30s. Anyone older than that appears to be a local. We hit the street to explore Dali and two things were immediately obvious: ...

Mountains and Dali

A travel blog entry by dwmjmm


... sailor suits and the senior boys wore dark blue “Chairman Mao” style jackets and trousers. We noticed in Japan that sailor suits seem to be typical school uniform as well.

We are now back in the hotel starting to pack ready for tomorrow when we move further north - its getting cooler now and I think we may be glad of the hats and gloves we have brought with us by the time we get to Tiger Leaping Gorge in a few days ...


A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005


The bus ride to Dali was non eventful, although we did get to watch an old Jackie Chan movie in Chinese, which I quite enjoyed and we passed numerous villages that had dinosaurs painted on the side of them, which was different.

The bus pulled into Dali new town and, with an Aussie called Rob who jumped on the bus for the last half hour, we got a cab to the old town. Well, at least we thought we had, until five ...

Pai Mei(rion)

A travel blog entry by meirion.rees

... 6.00 - Eat supper. After supper the time is your own.
9.30 - Curfew, when the gates shut and all (candle/flash)lights have to go out. At this point, you're so tired and there's not much to do so everyone sleeps.

Some of the stuff the monks can do is amazing - think press ups on two fingers/legs behind head/crazy flips and you're in the right area. They're also amazingly good fun - some are only 13 years ...

Night with the Rat

A travel blog entry by nettagurari


... Additionally, on the second afternoon we walked to the well-known Erhai Lake, passing through local villages and farming areas. The area was stunning! This walk alone made it very clear why the place is a tourist destination.

On the third day, we made our way up the Cangshan Mountains to the Zhonghe Temple, a Daoist ...


This hotel, located on No.171 Yeyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, is near Dali University.
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