Grand Bay View International Hotel Dali
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... route usually follows that of a fast flowing river. We have trouble ascertaining whether the wide river adjacent to the road is indeed the early stages of the Yangtze River. James is unable to clarify for us in Chinese or English when and where the longest river in China starts. And looking at our various maps we are none the wiser. Must Wikipedia it on our return.
*Just before Xizhou, we stop briefly at a little town called Zhoucheng where there is a market ...
... walled off city with ancient architecture. As we arrived and drove through one of the main gates into the city it felt like we had gone back in time and were entering an old kung fu movie. We had planned to stay at the Jade Emu, a very popular guesthouse owned by an Australian expat (If you go you should stay here) and it seemed like they had thought about absolutely everything! In the reception you could book trips to all the local sights, get bus/train tickets to ...
... that there are a lot of different buses you can take and instructed Julie to ask for the nicest and fastest bus. I believe it was about 142RMB each and it was well worth it. Our bus was pretty nice with big comfy seats, a tv that played a Chinese movie, and even a stewardess that gave out instructions and a water at the beginning. It also had a bathroom on it that we decided to pass on, although we came to regret it later on. I would ...
Sorry, I don't have a lot of time, meaning creative title is not happening this morning.
Well now we are in the lovely city of Dali, however we are to board a bus in approximately 5 minutes to drive 400km to Kunming, which I've heard is the most beautiful and livable city for Westerns in China.
It feels like being reborn to breathe real air and to see real clouds and get real sunburns! I've never been ...
... it, following for a few kilometres. The green of the rice fields is like no other green I've every seen before; beautiful, vibrant almost blinding when the sun came out and to be totally surrounded by it was stunning. Along the way we passed farmers, men and women, mostly older people working hard, planting and digging. They'd often look up and greet us with friendly hellos, their weathered brown faces creased with smiles.
Beyond the fields we entered a little town - ...