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TravelPod Member ReviewsTibetan Lodge Dali
Nice, welcoming comfortable what more can you ask from a lodge. The Tibetan lodge was a welcome haven after the slow train from Kunming. The beds were comfortable, the room quite small and with two teenagers in the mezzanine above us we were snug. The staff were helpful, the food at their cafe good. All in all we liked them and would come back here.
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Fried potatoes for breakfast! This is China? Don't think so. First visit of the day, to Erhai Lake. The day is very foggy, so I'm afraid we are not going to anjoy much of the views. A little ride on a boat with 10 passengers, and first stop at an island in the middle of the lake, which contains a small budist temple and many street shops selling tiny shrimps. Next ...
... streets brimming with a hybrid Euro-Sino cafe culture, intersected by streams flowing through to the lake from the surrounding mountains. The sheer volume of the various eating and watering holes means Dali really comes alive in the evening, as seems to be the case with many of the Chinese towns we have visited. The Amsterdamization is enhanced when approached by elderly Bai women, dressed ...
Could sleep in a bit today. Raining a bit when we started out towards our tour, but it began to clear soon and the rest of the day was lovely – partly sunny and cool.
Our first stop was a monastery/village/palace known for its murals (Baisha murals at Dabaoji Villlage). We began in the old palace – the site of the old ruling family. We were by ourselves, and it was very pleasant. I bought a dongba scroll (which says, "There are no boundaries ...