Tianya Inn

Address: No.5-1 Lvyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.5-1 Lvyu Road, Dali Town, Dali, is near Dali University.
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Travel Blogs from Dali

Yunnan: Day Fourteen (Final)

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Feb 08, 2014

18 photos

... Even Father Gene joined them. A lot of Chinese people were staring.

Getting on that train was so great because I was so happy to head home to Beijing.

February 9th (Sunday)

When the train arrived in Kunming, we took a bus to the airport.

Getting into Beijing was so great. I was so happy to be done with the Yunnan trip!

The first week of the trip was very great. I was expecting it to be a lot ...

Yunnan - Shuanglang by Erhai Lake

A travel blog entry by ngrick on Dec 02, 2012

6 photos

... left - they had already disappeared from what I saw. Shuanglang would be like any advanced town with cafes, bars and hotels. Sunset over Erhai Lake would still be nice though. Back in the room after a "dusty" day, I met a new room mate named Mo Pei (莫佩). She would be heading towards Lijiang and Shangri-La after Dali, which was almost in the same direction as me. We decided to travel ...

Living My Gap Month in the City of Dali

A travel blog entry by prettycathy on Jul 25, 2012

16 photos

... like a bird flying in the sky without any bound.

I was not very tired although traveled a whole day. And what excited me was a news that we will have a BBQ tonight.We enjoy the tasty food in the beautiful scene and talk around ...

The Kindness of Strangers

A travel blog entry by worldsteps on Sep 17, 2011

1 photo

... major step to transform his life is quite impressive. However, Joe left a lasting impression on me not by his bold decision to relocate, but by showing an immense amount of kindness.

Most everyone traveling in China will get sick. I was no exception. When I became ill in Dali and couldn't be more than a 30 seconds away from a toilet for a few days, it was Joe, the tattooed former Mexican-American gang member who did time in prison, who took care of me ...

Journey to Dali

A travel blog entry by reneelouise on Jul 09, 2011

... with a private taxi who would take us for 20 kuai each. Hmmm, will he try to murder us? We threw caution to the wind and accepted. He lead us to the car, along the way demonstrating his language skills in French and Japanese – quite impressive. He left us with his mate and as he departed, he asked us if we could give him a souvenir from our hearts. I rifled through my bag and came up with a lollypop and an Australian 5 cent coin. He ...