- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Heshunju Inn
Travel Blogs from Dali
... honeymoon. After giving us pretty much all their food (we really tried to refuse but they insisted), they took us to a bar, run by 2 British guys, to celebrate. On the way we passed street sellers peddling flower headdresses and roses. The Chinese girl decided that it was tradition for females to wear these so therefore she should find me one too - very nice of her! It was a fun night of live music, some beer and a few rounds of dice with some more German ...
A long rest the 2nd day, then a phone call from An Lim - a CS we had
tried to meet in Penang, Malaysia back in June. An had stayed with a
CS in Paris that we had just stayed with on that trip. After many
messages we were now meeting in Dali, China.
3rd day we joined An and her school teacher colleague Eva for a trip
to a nearby village. What a fun day. Eva was fluent in Chinese and
... the horse "You can jump up on him if you get tired" says he, "it'll be the horse jumping up on me when he gets tired" says I full of confidence (cockyness)!
On we went, with the horse setting a good pace, untill we got to the precariously named 28 bends (I counted 31). This is the toughest part but with the horse setting a fast pace I didn't have much time to think about it and we were up before we knew it. When we reached the top of the ridge we left our ...
... stop, and luckily the right bus, however our instructions stated that the bus terminated at the long distance station, the driver however had other plans and decided to kick everyone off a few 100m's from the station giving us only a grumpy point in the vaguely right direction...
After much wandering, pointing and asking other bus drivers for directions we finally made it to the station, but in typical Chinese fashion this was no ...
... for its beautiful architecture and mix of ethnic minorities, however it is also known for being very touristy and when we entered the town at about 7am there were already hordes of Chinese tour groups prowling around. Despite this Dali looked very pretty in the early morning light and the surrounding mountains were shrouded in a thick blanket of mist. Dali is a very strange combination of ancient Chinese buildings and scenery (it looks like the set for an old kungfu ...