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So now begins the road trip portion of our Chinese Adventure. It took around 5 hours to drive to Dali but it was worth it, driving is one of my favourite ways to get around as I have been doing more driving than flying on any holiday I have been on. I just think it is a much better way to see some of the local sites and countryside.
... Linden Centre." It was a partnership between Brian and his wife, and the local government. The site has become a study of contrasts. Un-imposing and humble, yet modern and classy. Vast courtyards are connected by modern dining amenities and a western style bar. Local cuisine is served on historic Chinaware with contemporary cocktails to supplement.
If the Linden Centre was the only site to visit in Dali, you could find comfortable refuge for ...
... entered the old city through the western gate. The small streets are lined with old, cute buildings. All rather ornate, mural paintings across walls and lining the roofs, lanterns hanging and wooden shutters to cover the shop fronts. Many of the shops along this street had a mini market at the front of them selling all kinds of fruit and vegetables and things in tanks. Upon closer inspection, there was not just fish in these tanks, but mini lobsters, long eels, weird insects, ...
... their children so their backs are on their knees, and they'll be holding the kids legs up while they just poo on the pavement. Though you rarely see piles of poo around so I assume they clean it up afterwards!?
When we get off the bus we've actually been dropped in Xiaguan so we have to find a minibus to get to Dali old town. I made a bit of a mistake here, because I didn't double check the price in the guide book before we got off the bus and I was convinced ...
... mountain on the edge of town, and from there she could see all the ancient town of Dali.
Gray blended with white on the square houses of Dali, and in the spots where they blended, there was usually a Taoist painting of a withered tree or a pink flower. On the first floors, fine wood opened to reveal shops, but on the second floors the wooden screens and banisters were rickety and creaky. In between the houses, plants ...