Lijiang Yunshan Hotel

South Huancheng Road, Lijiang, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lijiang

The Bishop of Myra in Lycia

A travel blog entry by darrenzi


... for eating and sleeping. We rode toward the north, because, for me, that's what the map seemed to suggest we do, for her, because that's where she had decided was where she wanted to visit.

After 3 or 4 hours, beginning to yield a lot to frigid air falling from Wenhai Mountain, I slipped into a little hut that ushered me in with victuals, ancient men playing mah-jongg, and a warm little fire. I sat beside the old men by the fire and they greeted me warmly. So ...

Day 7 - Jade Dragon Snow Mountain

A travel blog entry by jkovacs


... women take care of things while the men focus on art, calligraphy, literature and music. The text said it is a great honor for a woman to have a husband who can entertain "with panache."

Our guide also told us about a Naxi tribe who lived next to a lake about 120 miles from the town. In this society, there was no marriage. Women kept households and, if they fell in love, they would permit a man ...

Snow Mountain and more local shopping

A travel blog entry by lisarein


... jewelry stores, tea shops, handmade skirts, shops with cheap souvenirs, and stands selling food such as kabobs and corn on the cob. I thought the last village of shops was large. These shops still had the typical Chinese architecture, lanterns, and stone streets, but, the walkways were wider and had more of a city feel. There were some hotels, restauants, and nightclubs mxed in between the shops. We were there for over four ...

A long day with no lunch, and late for Lijiang

A travel blog entry by kai.berlick


... turnoff towards a lake, which would be slower but should still get us there.

From there we followed a spectacular gorge for a few hours, steep grassy and darkly forested walls rising hundreds of metres on the opposite side of the tumbling brown river on our right, and steep stone walls rising directly above the truck on the left. Rocks had cascaded into the river at various places creating dozens of small waterfalls along the way, and the river was frequently churned into ...

Shangri-la overun by tourists?

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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... spectaculars playing across the country -- all created with an eye on marketing China's rich cultural heritage and generating tourism revenues. Yet this one -- staged at the foot of Naxi people's holy mountain in China's western Yunnan province -- is somewhat special. The effects it produces on the audiences are unusual. A crowd of 1,500 spectators -- most of them tourists from the Han majority, erupt in breathless cheers throughout the performance; they follow ...


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