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Excellent place, bit out of the bustle and the crowds !
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... most arrogant people I have ever met- not a great start to the day. Once they disappeared an old man started talking to me and although I didn't understand everything he said, he was much better company. He told me stories from Mao to Deng XiaoPing and to the current leaders. He told me how China has changed and how he has never travelled out of this little town- a really interesting man. Last night I had dinner with someone from the hostel and we met a Chinese couple ...
... The Old (ancient) Town is
some distance away from the new Dali and set back from a large long
lake, with high mountains along each side. A town with a serious
wall and N, S, E, and W Gates. We stayed some distance from the
tourist shopping streets, and the hostel Heather chose and did a lot
of walking back and forth. Found a French bakery and were
recommended a German bakery and cafe that served beautirul ...
... and we decided we still had enough time to climb half of the gorge and stay the night there.
We left our backpacks at the bottom and headed up full of confidence. This confidence lasted untill a local stopped us and told us we'd been walking the wrong way for twenty minutes. Back we went and up again until we about an hour later poor aul Jintao was knackered and when a man offered to take him up the next section on a horse he jumped at it. He said we ...
... before we even thought about where to catch the bus we had a more pressing matter to deal with, feeding Hannah before she gets grumpy... Luckily i had spotted a nice looking bakery around the corner (a breakfast favourite) and so we proceeded to buy vast collection of pastries and breads for the journey ahead...
Next on the list was getting to the long distance bus station, luckily the photo's we had taken into the hostel lead us easily to ...
... noodles we figured we must be at the end of the line. Miraculously we had managed to get off at the right place and we were at our hostel within a few minutes; the weather in Dali is quite grey and drizzly, which made Tom very happy because he has missed the chilly British weather. The hostel was still closed up for the night when we arrived and we ended up dumping our bags at the reception and heading out for an early morning stroll around the village.