Butterfly Spring Hotel

Address: Zhou Cheng Village, Xi Zhou Town, Dali, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Zhou Cheng Village, Xi Zhou Town, Dali.
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    Travel Blogs from Dali


    A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 03, 2015

    5 photos

    ... couldn't figure out the connection between Dali and alpacas, unless they were a cheaper and more docile stand-in for yaks.

    Try as we might, it proved virtually impossible to stray from the main tourist thoroughfare. There were little side streets, some of them with interesting little shops and local restaurants, but to get anywhere in town you are always funnelled back into the main streets.

    Dali was traditionally on the road to Tibet, although ...

    Lake Erhai

    A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Feb 18, 2013

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... and were having a ball. The road has just been put in around the top of the lake, and so some of these women had never seen a foreigner before, so they were just as curious about us, as we were about them. I wondered if we should go in, and whether we were interrupting something sacred, but no. They were very welcoming, and even wanted Ana to get up on stage to do a dance. She declined, but was happy to ...

    Buddist Temples, Stuck on the Highway, Dorm Living

    A travel blog entry by hippyjoseph on Oct 04, 2012


    ... just as nice. The view of the sea and the mountains in the distance was breathtaking!

    We then headed back to Sandy's in-laws' for a huge lunch, or maybe it was dinner since it was around 4 p.m.! We then left for what was supposed to be a two hour drive to Sandy's husband's plant. Well, traffic was heavy and then it came to a complete standstill. There must have been a bad accident as we did not move an inch for almost 3 hours. ...


    A travel blog entry by skidaddle on Apr 13, 2012

    2 photos

    ... a tylenol nighttime cold and flu on the bus to knock myself out. Luckily after a fairly rough night I woke up today feeling much better. I was actually able to eat (and for me to lose my appetite is unheard of!!). Others in the group haven't been so luckily as some people have been sick for 4-5 days now. Back to today... This morning we took a public bus (4 hours) to Dali. We are staying at this ridiculously nice hotel... I don't know why they ...

    Pai Mei(rion)

    A travel blog entry by meirion.rees on May 24, 2011

    ... This usually includes stretching/stress positions/kung-fu moves training (Kicks, jumps, punches and the like) and some kata work.
    12.00 - Eat lunch. After lunch we have a break until 4, which is usually used to nap. We also have the chance to teach some of the younger monks some English - which is something I actually found myself enjoying.
    4.00 - Training. Much like the above, with slightly less ...