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Excellent place, bit out of the bustle and the crowds !
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... town about 20km from Dali that's famous for the Bai minority people and their quadrangle court houses (4 houses sharing the same courtyard and well). Taking a bus is not as easy as it seems; it involves a lot of asking around and then standing on the road side flagging down every kind of bus and asking if they go to your destination. Xizhou is a quiet and pretty village with great pizza bread. The woman are building new houses and tending to the fields without ...
... down a bus or a minivan. But just then my saviour arrived in the shape of a monk in a 4x4. Thank god. Or Buddha. Or whoever.
The monk started jabbering in Chinese something about stopping on the way and stuff to do but I didn't care I just kept nodding and repeating my most useful Chinese word 'Dui' (OK). Next thing you know we were headed off down the road with me laughing and trying out my cúpla focail of Chinese and I quickly forgot the three hours wait. It ...
... the toilet experience that can be had with it!
We have now returned to the hostel to relax a little and let the sun die down before we head back into the centre to undertake a bit of shopping (I told you it was a girl day) and possibly another Chinese massage before tea...
Tomorrow we begin the task of pack our belongings once again as we move on to our new home in Lijang, our last mountain town and the gateway to Tiger Leaping Gorge!!
... people pouring onto the platform. The town of Dali is separated into two towns; the new town which is full of shopping centers and ugly concrete buildings and the old town which is surrounded by a huge wall and is protected due to its ancient buildings and waterways. The train station had dropped us off in the new town so we had to catch the number 8 bus to our hostel in the old town; now getting the bus from the train station to the hostel might not seem like a big ...
One night were were camping along what we though was a quiet creek up a small road where we wouldn't see anyone (there are NO places in China where you won't see someone we've since learned), but after going for a walk to warm up before bed we returned to camp to find four local teenagers lighting a campfire near our tent to share with us! Sarah, ever the communicator, managed to learn their ages and what they farmed by using our little ...