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... cobbled streets, I could tell we were starting our trip into the essence of China, when I think of China (both before and after this trip) this is what comes to mind. The rolling fields and green valley filled with farmers, wildlife and old fashioned ways.
Our hotel in Dali was lovely and after settling into our room, making our way down to the outside bar area we had our very ...
... stalls buzzing, music playing and performers of all kinds grabbing your attention. In a lot of places this mass of humanity might have been slightly overbearing and too much, but not here. There was such a jovial and chilled atmosphere that it was hard not to fall under the towns charm. The best nightspot in the old town was a bar called the, 'Bad Monkey'. A great hippy-ish expat bar that brewed there own beer, had shisha pipes and a variety of entertainment every night, ...
... shady trees. The restaurants and bars are all enticingly funky, with chill out zones, and loads of lanterns to light up the night. At the bottom of this street is the main road, a long pedestrian boulevard of souvenir shops, restaurants and boutiques. There is the usual human wave of tourists ambling along, tour guides blaring and shop keepers urging us to buy. The buildings for the most part are old and ramshackle, but this just adds to the atmosphere. The thing about Dali is ...
... and we all managed to follow Luxi’s simple but very effective instructions! The whole thing couldn’t have been more enjoyable, and the food we prepared was delicious - highly recommended!
We had a really nice night at the Dutch guys' hostel, the Jade Emu, playing pool, chatting with fellow travellers and drinking lots of lovely Dali beer - so much that I had to practically carry my lovely drunken husband home! To be fair, it probably ...
... and see where it would lead me. So much of the day was spent walking around areas outside the old town. I spent a few hours walking up part of a mountain – no idea where I was though! There were some nice views once again of Erhai Lake and the surrounding areas.
It was another warm day with the sun sparkling off the lake. This evening however has been very windy making it feel much colder. I spent some ...