Jim's Tibetan Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dali
I woke up at 7:00 am today as scheduled. However, things did not go as planned. Kim had a text message on her phone that said we were all supposed to meet in the hotel lobby at 7:30 and that the morning hike in Dali was canceled. My first thought was that there had been another earthquake in the area. Luckily, that wasn't the case, and although a …
Photos from the annual torch celebrations.
Dali is a six-hour train ride from Kunming. ¥65 (about 12 NZD) was the ticket price that the Hump Hostel purchased on our behalf - never again will we buy the cheapest seats! The Kunming train station was the usual spazzy free-for-all that we are slowly coming to grips with.... Queuing is an interpretive art here in China and standing a good head …
Something happened on the bus to Dali which made us laugh. We have experienced many examples of appalling driving whilst in China and a reoccurring incident is when a driver stops in the middle of the road suddenly. On this very day, a small van broke in front of our big bus for no apparent reason. Our driver did an emergency stop and luckily …
Nous reprenons le bus numero 2 pour aller a l'embarcadere pour les croisieres sur le lac Erhai. Il pleut doucement. Nous tombons sur un petit parc qu bord du lac, tres poetique : nenuphars, fleurs de Lotus, canards, pecheurs... et grenouilles! Le chant des batraciens emplit l'espace.
Au port, nous prenons deux tickets sans savoir vraiment …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting