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Travel Blogs from Dali
... of 'Ba Ba' are ready for sale. They look like mini soft pizzas with the filling in the centre rather than on top. Each batch has a sweet and savoury variety. The sweet Ba Ba has a dark bean curd and brown sugar filling whereas the savoury one has a green salad onion and pork combination. We buy one of each and hot off the wok, they are delicious. No wonder there is a constant flow of consumers. The Chinese will only queue if something is really worthwhile.
... in his ear. At one point we had a group of grannies after him down the street. It was honesty a little intimidating, funny too.
There was all kinds of amazing food in Dali. While here we sampled the famous Yunnan 'Over the bridge' noodles, a staple of the province. The noodles themselves kind of taste like spaghetti, you eat them cold with a variety of ingredients and spicy sauces that you mix all together. Delicious! Also the fried quail eggs on a stick ...
... after dropping our stuff we joined them. The food was outstanding and it was great to eat and have a cold beer as soon as we arrived. After dinner we took a brief stroll around Dali Old Town and were surprised as to how big it was and how many people there were. There was a cool strip of bars and restaurants lit up with lanterns underneath willow trees, and a little stream running down the middle. There are also tons of shops selling local clothing, ...
... and the tour guide only explained 5 min and she gone. We were trying our luck after ride on a bunvan but still the new cable car is not available we needed up tour around the old town from south gate we found the cold rice noodle shop at Reminlu. The noodle are super spicy and we order so stwed chicken skin, chicken claws. Toward the east gate as we exploring the Reminlu we found all those recommended hotel and hostel by Lonely Planet ...
... became a concrete road, very narrow, sometimes only a metre or so wide. Double story stone and concrete houses towered on either side with big traditional Chinese doors that opened into tiny living areas or courtyards. We wound through this maze for quite some time, passing little old Chinese men sitting on their doorsteps in the sun and farming women heaving heavy baskets on sticks across their shoulders. We made it through to the other side and came out at the lake! We'd found ...