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... Belt Road a pix of which you will see below. It was a wonderful day!!!
Alex and I wrote this entry together one line at a time
DALI MOUNTAIN RAMBLE
We took a taxi to the cable car up Cang Shan
We shared a car ...
... 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: ...
... earthquakes and revolutions.
It's fun to wander around the old city and admire the Bai architecture. The Catholic Church is an interesting building with a fabulous roof. The South Gate is over 600 years old.
My guide Nancy must be an extremely good judge of character. After lunch she asked me if I'd like to go to a spa for a massage! I had a fantastic 1hr foot massage for £12! It could be ...
... mountain ranges. It used to be a source of income (fishing) in the olden days, but it is more of an attraction now.
After that we took a walk in the olden city of Dali (大理古城). Dali is famous for good quality silver (975, 999 and 100) and Dali stone. However, you have to buy from reputable shop to ensure authenticity. Wearing silver is suppose to purge "poison" from you body.
... heavenly! (Note: brown bread is non-existent in China, and the closest thing to real cheese is Laughing Cow.) Imagine our faces when we were offered peanut-butter cookies or chocolate-walnut cake with afternoon tea…
Most tourists to this part of China visit the western Yunnan trio of ancient towns: Dali, Lijiang and Shangri La. Both travellers and travel guides have differing ...