Grand Bay View International Hotel Dali
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After just a 5 hour bus journey I arrived in Dali, west of Kunming in the beautiful Yunnan province. Dali is placed at a stunning location in between Cangshan mountain range and the Erhai Lake (second largest highland lake of China). The old city was built during Ming Dynasty (1368–1398). Owing to the building laws, the old city is still marked with the ...
... had to change buses. Our friend was taking a car from there to Dali but we had been told to get the number 8 bus. Fighting off the attentions of a gang of taxi drivers we went in search of the bus. It wasn’t long before we got discouraged as it was not apparent that our bus actually even went from this particular bus station and once again there were absolutely no signs in English. We retreated to the taxi rank and somewhat shamefacedly agreed to ...
... fries for me (not the best i have ever had). Leonie had home made yoghurt and fruit. Later in we found cafe 88 on the next street. Decided to go there after a massage (used the deaf massage place). They were awesome. Cost about $6 australian. Back to the cafe for raspberry tart and chai tea ( no coffee as there was no power in many of the streets. Raspberry tart was amazing (real cream). Vowed to go back the next day for cheese platter ( a ...
... sun was out, we had the path almost all to ourselves and the views and walk itself were a lot nicer than we'd been expecting, rather than TLG the view was the mountains we were actually on rather than the opposite range. We were supposed to have amazing views of the lake but it was too foggy. None of it was that hard going and we didn't really bother stopping at any point to make sure that we made it to the guesthouse before the sun ...
... it was one of the best nights I've ever had in China. I was handed a drum and a beer and within 30 mins the street was filled with spectators and participators. The laughs, drinks and music kept flowing until about four in the morning and I don't think that anyone on that street corner that night would have wanted to be anywhere else at that moment.
The following day we had to get ourselves together and head ...