Gurong Hotel

Address: No.59 Bo'ai Road, Gucheng, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Dali area of Dali, is near Dali University.
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        Travel Blogs from Dali


        A travel blog entry by ckp on Mar 23, 2014

        6 photos

        ... br> Just 1 year ago, all around the Hidden Garden Inn was farmland
        Now, filled with homes completed or in various stages of construction
        And Dali is growing
        Rich from Shanghai and Chengdu and Beijing
        Buy farmland, build a house – seeking to escape the smoggy city
        Then the farmland is gone
        Food is getting expensive in China
        When farmland disappears
        Food must be imported
        And the ...

        Follywood & Just Plain Folly: The Dali Story

        A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Oct 13, 2012

        80 photos

        ... rice and straw, old untouched houses and Qing dynasty bridges. This is the sort of thing that I had come to China to see. I'm not sure the locals knew quite what to make of us however 4 westerners riding through the narrow cobbled streets listening to heavy metal on Riku's home made stereo.

        We had a small issue on heading back my bike became all but unrideable following Samu riding it into the lake, strange that. Despite our best ...

        Dali Explorations

        A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on May 11, 2012

        3 comments, 49 photos

        ... on their show for the tourists, the fisherman threw them quite a lot of small fish.

        Back in our small van, we head to a kind of cultural center, demonstrating and selling goods that were produced and carried along the lower Silk Road, called the Tea Horse Road. The highlight was a traditional tea ceremony that is still practiced by Chinese people, especially when entertaining guests. We felt quite special as were ...

        I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore

        A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Jun 11, 2011

        29 photos

        ... back to the hostel we stumbled across an old Chinese film being projected on to a huge screen in the middle of Dali Square; we were both so happy because the film was being shown on an old fashioned cinema projector and there were three men hand-winding the film cells on the reels. We took loads of photos because my Dad used to be a cinema projectionist before I was born; it was amazing to see the men working with the projector and imagining my Dad doing the same job all those years ...

        Traffic, bust and dust

        A travel blog entry by brander-whanau on Dec 01, 2010

        16 photos

        ... did her first negotiations vis a vis price. She did well and we both came back with tie dye tops and wraps. Quite delighted with ourselves and in need of breakfast. Sitting at a cafe we were accosted by two very persistent old Naxi women eager to sell us their wares. We brought Ella and Sophie both silver hair gizmos then caught up with everyone. Seeing a cobbler bill got him to look at his worse for wear ...