Tianyi Youth Hostel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to a little town called Xiaoxiba for the night and parked in a corner of the main street. I don't think they see too many tourists, especially not ones with their own vehicles. The police turned up to see what we were doing. Luckily, Andy saw them from his hotel across the street and came out and sorted things out. There was a crowd of locals the next morning who were interested in our vans as well.
... rambling around, don't want to do this again w/o Cath as she's a flexible, fun traveler. Chen's family has provided great accommodations. Have spent less than $500 and the university gave a generous honorarium. Part of my fascination is seeing historic landscapes here and trying to speak the language.
Also the architecture is fun to see. For example the Chengdu railway station. It's pure modernism, a huge rectangular space w/o ...
This morning Xiao Chen and I are heading south to a region called the Bamboo Sea. Should be good for hiking. We'll be traveling by train and bus most of the day.
He's great to show this old guy around. On Wednesday evening he helped explain an Obama campaign video DVD I had to a local university audience. The kids are pretty enthusiastic about Barak but mystified about American politics. Why does it take so long ...
... saw. He also advises his customers to try the Paluda, a dessert from Myanmar, one of his favorite places to visit.
Good luck Chris, Wen & Mr. Li, I hope you have a success. Dali should be a friendly place for your international style.
Before leaving I Dali on the 24th I biked at dawn south of the ancient city walls to see sunrise somewhere different. I ended by an old gate where t'ai chi and dancing attracted a few hardy souls. Tourists were coming out of ...
... and looking in all the earth buildings and trekking around the beautiful, rural countryside. We saw local folks washing their cloths in stream who were entirely self sufficient in breeding their meat and growing their crops. We saw hundreds of livestock; chickens, pigs, pheasants and ......... we were shocked to witness two people getting something out of boiling water and start to ‘un fur’ it – we assumed ...