- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Heshunju Inn
Travel Blogs from Dali
... Definitely not easy being old here with steep uneven paths and a of slippery mud. Labd slides more or less a daily phenomena it seems. Breakfast outside consisting of a bowl with noodles, a few veggies and a nice broth. Slurped up with the aid of chop sticks. We are not any more deft using those compared to when we arrived here in Chins. Why don't they swap to forks? Went for a wander, returned to check out and walked slowly down to the start of the village where ...
... I had fun taking pictures up the mountain and one moment in the climb was that I was posing for a picture and on the lift going down, there were 2 guys that were smiling and Felicity and I but I was oblivious until I turned and looked and got so embarrassed that I put my hands over my face and laughed into Felicity's shoulder.
The view from the mountain was absolutely incredible and breathtakingly gorgeous. The air was fresh. We walked through the inside of the mountain and ...
... edges, waterfalls and fresh water pools! What more could you ask for :-) The pass however had been damaged slightly in places with the odd missing hand rail or broken path, but this was concluded with a full on land slide which had recently taken place totally destroying the path, luckily they had been so kind to secure the left over gravel with a few big rocks so that you could shuffle pass the drop below while they worked on repairing them damage...
... towards Da Li. A deserted sawmill is a lucky find indeed in this more densely populated valley. It rains all night and in the morning I miserably pack my tent wet, but manage to dry it later on hot concrete.
I stop for noodles in the market of a small town with an eccentric woman, who keeps giving me more and offering me different foods to taste. A few people join us, and then a young woman steps up and speaks to me in English. Li Zheng Xiang invites me to visit her ...
... whatever revision we're at now. There were lots of little villages along the way and a few larger towns, but for the most part we were quite rural and definitely off the well worn tourist track we'd been stuck on since arriving. During one morning on a particularly remote road we actually came across more goat herders than we did cars! I think the final tally was 3 goat herders and one car - a pretty quiet little valley we followed!