Mingtong Yingxian Hotel (Dali)

Address: Wetland Park, Caicun Wharf, Old Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671003, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wetland Park, Caicun Wharf, Old Town, Dali, is near Dali University.
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Travel Blogs from Dali

Searching for Dali

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 26, 2012

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... Our shoes and trousers were, by now, completely sodden, and we were far from energised to be sociable. But Maggie, a writer hailing from south-east China, was exactly what we needed to forget our onset of trench foot and hypothermia. Maggie had moved to Dali in a rejection of her previous career in marketing, and to focus on crafting a new life in the bohemian underbelly that still ticked along, beneath Dali's tourist-riddled surface.

Maggie was a knot of energy and ...

A wonderful day in and around Dali

A travel blog entry by littleboylost51 on Jul 25, 2011

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... 8217;. Throughout the town preparations were being made for the torch festival of the Bai people. Thick branches were somehow fixed together to form a tower and this was then decorated with various brightly coloured things including fruit. As it began to get dark, the torches were lit throughout the town so that up and down the streets dozens of blazing torches could be seen. Occasionally ...

Dali - The funky banana pancake backpaker hang-out

A travel blog entry by stackandjacey on Jul 22, 2011

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... space with us. After a few "wtf's" Stacey and I moved our bags and bodies onto the two top bunks. 15 minutes later we awoke to a rather irate conducter banging on the bunk rail and gesturing to us and then to the bottom bunk. Stacey gave him a clear 'bu yao' (no want) and he stormed off. I knew that wasn't the end of it, and sure enough five minutes later another guard in a more authoritarian hat, came back and explained in mime that ...

Yuck Milk Tea

A travel blog entry by noodlesandrice on Feb 28, 2011

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We get up around 8.00am in the morning in Kunming to begin our journey to Dali. There should be a number 63 bus that goes from right outside the hostel to the train station, which is near the long distance bus station. We wait for about forty minutes for a bus, and one never shows so we decide to jump in a taxi. We hail one and point to the characters for 'long distance bus station' in the guide book but he just shakes his head and drives off. We hail another taxi and the ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Aug 31, 2010

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... white "bell" flowers, to his courtyard surrounded by three two-story buildings made of wood from that wilderness. A typical home; this man's family had lived in this spot for seven generations.
He and his friends - with small chins and foreheads on shrunken faces - sat around the home, discussing money. They wore light-material sleeves that didn't reach their wrists or ankles, allowing their agile bodies to move; the ...