Jin Shun Hotel

50m North of Tai'an Bridge, Dali, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


Pitch dark in our little room but I had set the alarm clock for 7.30. A few roosters were crowing but otherwise dead quiet. Got up and went down stairs where we made ourselves a cup of nescafe (brought) and a bun (brought from Dali too) . We could have breakfast with the staff if we wished (yes) and went for a short stroll as this was to be served a bit before nine. Saw a man herding a pig, horses coming down the steep path carrying stuff and an old women who fell ...

Up the Mountain WE SHALL GO!

A travel blog entry by gitana13


... came outside, we had to a long line line to wait for and it began to rain. The wonderful moments while waiting in line were that a guy called me beautiful and wanted to take a picture with me and a woman with an umbrella saw that Felicity and I didn't have one so she let us stay under her umbrella until we went down the lift.

Oh the adventures of going on a tour group in China! When we got off the lift, we headed for Lijiang where another set of adventures and stories awaited us.

Mountains, Massages and Masterchef

A travel blog entry by scottszy


... lets just say Hannah as I haven't seen many vegetables in general) we proceeded to purchase Peppers, Chilli's, and spring onions twice the size of anything back home and probably a tenth of the price... Although the market also had its fair share of meat, again just laid out in the open on rather unclean tables, Lucy knew westerns all too well and informed us that she had purchased our meat from a local supermarket, Phew!!

We then went over ...

I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore

A travel blog entry by tomandhayley


... people pouring onto the platform. The town of Dali is separated into two towns; the new town which is full of shopping centers and ugly concrete buildings and the old town which is surrounded by a huge wall and is protected due to its ancient buildings and waterways. The train station had dropped us off in the new town so we had to catch the number 8 bus to our hostel in the old town; now getting the bus from the train station to the hostel might not seem like a big ...

Sweet, sweet Dali

A travel blog entry by dannyandsarah


... two stores with the best price for the same computer. The shop that ended up having the best price also had an endless stream of second hand smoke. While Dan bartered and figured out computer specs, I tried not to cough and held my breath. We walked out of there with a baby pink laptop that was perfect (except maybe the colour?)

The computer worked great except that everything was in Chinese! Dan spent the next two ...


This hotel, located on 50m North of Tai'an Bridge, Dali, is near Dali Gucheng - the Old City, The Three Pagodas, Chongsheng Three Pagodas, and Huguo Lu.
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