Dali Palace Hotel

No.79 Bo'ai Road , Dali, Yunnan, 671003, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dali

Dali - cafés, clothes and cakes

A travel blog entry by rednosefg


... the bottom bunks (there are 3 levels of bunks) and there we sat invading each other's personal spaces and unable to move an elbow for the two hours. Arrival at this non-descript station was celebrated by a hundred people or so all yelling and touching you so that you'll use their car as a taxi. After running this gauntlet it was then time to pile (almost literally) onto a bus in order to actually leave Dali city and head to the old town. Many foreigners prefer Dali ...

Yunnan and Me

A travel blog entry by finbarrorourke


... down a bus or a minivan. But just then my saviour arrived in the shape of a monk in a 4x4. Thank god. Or Buddha. Or whoever.

The monk started jabbering in Chinese something about stopping on the way and stuff to do but I didn't care I just kept nodding and repeating my most useful Chinese word 'Dui' (OK). Next thing you know we were headed off down the road with me laughing and trying out my cúpla focail of Chinese and I quickly forgot the three hours wait. It ...

Into the Mountains we go...

A travel blog entry by scottszy


... before we even thought about where to catch the bus we had a more pressing matter to deal with, feeding Hannah before she gets grumpy... Luckily i had spotted a nice looking bakery around the corner (a breakfast favourite) and so we proceeded to buy vast collection of pastries and breads for the journey ahead...

Next on the list was getting to the long distance bus station, luckily the photo's we had taken into the hostel lead us easily to ...

I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore

A travel blog entry by tomandhayley


... very happy to find the girl behind the steamers could speak a little English and that the dumplings only cost 50p for ten! The longer we travel for the more we come to appreciate the simple things in life; cheap dumplings, a can of cola and a bench to sit on and enjoy our food is all we need to make us both very happy indeed.

As the town got busier and busier we decided to head back to our hostel and get freshened up. However when we got there we found ...

Greasy hair & sore asses - NOW we' cycle touring!

A travel blog entry by dannyandsarah


... when we actually replied to them in English! We found that once we got into the country many people didn't seem to speak Mandarin but their local languages instead. We found it better to just greet people in English instead of assuming, but it was hard to tell if they didn't understand us or if they were just speechless at the unimaginable sight of some foreigners riding through the middle of nowhere on strange bicycles. Usually I think it was ...


This hotel, located in the Dali area of Dali, is near Dali University.
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