Dali Zongshuyuan Inn
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... to say I've lost the card already:(.....
E: Certainly were one to start their Chinese holiday in either of these two cities, the immersion would not have be as jarring as in Xinjiang, or even Beijing. Don't get me wrong- most tourists here, by quite a distance, are still Chinese. From what we read, to loiter for a week or two in Dali was once a mandatory backpacker's experience, but in recent times, Lijiang has stolen much of its thunder; also, China ...
We had a relaxing morning stroll around Dali, including a quick look around the Chinese annotated (and fairly boring) museum as well as an interesting food market in the street. It was a great lunch of BLT and a cheese platter before being guided to the bus stop for our link to Kunming. An uneventful 5 hour journey later we arrived into Kunming and took an hour long taxi to the ...
Dali was such a sight for sore eyes after Kunming. I am officially in love with Dali :-)xxxx
It is the most beautiful place, particularly when compared to the culture shock of Kunming. It is
situated at the bottom of the mountains, the people are friendly, the food is awesome and the ancient city is lovely. The Ancient City was delightfully cobble-stoned and lined with
traditional wooden buildings. We arrived at our guest house, ...
... 8217; de riz avec des pains vapeurs.
9h00-12h00 Etirements et entrainement. Les étirements durent 45 minutes et sont intenses. Ensuite viennent les ‘bases’ pendant une heure, qui consistent à répéter plusieurs mouvements en allant d’un côté du terrain d’entrainement à l’autre. Après une pause, on apprend une ‘chorégraphie’ de mouvements. Au bout d’une semaine, on avait maîtrisé une chorée et la moitié ...
... girl I met on the sleeper train, an American guy from Seattle with the funkiest accent I’ve ever heard and the life of the party Kai aka Pamela Andersom, a drag queen from Amsterdam who kept the beer and plum wine flowing. It was a bit of drunk fest with some singing and dancing to whatever disco was on the playlist. Note there wasn’t much, not Dave’s favorite. Good ...