Grand Bay View International Hotel Dali
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... produces a beautifully rich blue color. If any other colors are used they are from all natural sources like other plants so we were immediately very impressed that such rich colors could be extracted from the leaves and roots that we saw lying around. One of the ladies demonstrated for us the painstaking process of folding, knotting and tying the fabric before it can be dyed and it was amazing to watch her work so quickly to make such intricate patterns. After ...
... 1497;ק אותו יותר מאשר לשמוע אותנו משתדל 97;ם לדבר סינית. הבדיח 92; האהוב 92; עליו, עליה הוא חוזר ...
... Hu Lake which is the 7th biggest freshwater lake in China.
We stayed at a place called Sams Hotel which was very close to the old town.
The manager who we all thought was named Sam, but as we later found out was in actual fact named Eddie, was a former Chinese tour guide who spoke excellent English. The hotel was also excellent and one of the best we had stayed in.
... than that. The bike ride is not on a bike path but on the busy highway instead. So we’re weaving in and out of traffic, some of us on the most ghetto tandem bikes you’ve ever seen, and I’m trying to make sure nothing flies out of my basket.
Then we come to "the tunnel of death" as some of us have come to call it. I personally had no trouble with it because I took off my sunglasses with one hand and could see fine, but other people were scared to remove ...
... the pilgrims prostrating themselves at the Jokhang Temple, we travelled west. The roads are pretty good. Smooth surfaces, wide corners, although one day we rocked along slowly on landslide affected roads and what seemed to be a long construction site. The valley narrowed. Mountains moved closer. We travelled by the river. The scenery was one moment Scotland, then widened to become Austria. It was sparsely inhabited but we passed through tiny villages of new identical, ...