Asian Star Hotel (Ya Xin)
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... wandered around. However, this time we were followed the whole way by two ladies who were absolutely determined to get us to go and visit their house to see the tie-dying. They got a little irritating after a whole, despite my best efforts to ignore them. We were driven the rest of the way around the lake, stopping off at different places as we went. It was all a bit touristy but quite nice. A nice gentle ...
... get to the train station and Wei insisted on coming with me to help me buy the tickets that I needed. I was actually pretty glad for his help. I told him that I wanted the hard sleeper tickets for the 11 or 11:30pm train to Dali, and he proceeded to the counter to get the tickets for me. Unfortunately, all the tickets for the train had already been sold so I decided to take a taxi to Jing Ma Fang where I would stay at ‘the hump ...
"You gotta go there to come back, this is my fortune"
“When the world is heavy on my shoulders, I can't get a grip I take a break go to the lake where I can skinny dip.” Getting my lake release here. It might not be as beautiful as lake winni, but it sure is as peaceful and the air up here at the 2300 meter high, lake Erhai reminds me of those hazy summer days jumping off my dock at my own lake. It feels ...
... 8 & headed off to Lake Er Hai . Rode down a few streets pst farms & then to the pier at Cai Cun where you can catch boats over the lake. It was raining lightly & then got heavier so we stopped a few times under shelter.
Back into town & out to the Three Pagaodas. The tallest one was built in the ...
... who, is this Amitofu? Amitofu is the Chinese name for Amitabha Buddha, the Buddha of Infinite Light, also known as the Buddha of the Western paradise in the Pure Land Tradition. Amitofu is the universal greeting when Buddhist do absolutely anything in China. We used this greeting in the commencement and completion of the kung-fu form and before and after meals. This was part of the set of rules ...