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... to do much exercise at altitude. We are lower this evening but still at 2000 + meters. However SG goes for an evening bike ride with James to the Erhai Lake. It is a round trip of just under an hour. The bikes are of dubious quality but it is just blissful to be cycling and getting some exercise. We see the lake against a beautiful evening sky. It is very peaceful and as yet relatively underdeveloped. There are a few ominous signs of future constructions but for ...
... area for our free drinks. We didn't stay long as the free drinks were either an orange cordial, a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit. Did I mention the slice of watermelon? Feeling terribly disappointed we continued strolling around the alleys and back streets of Dali occasionally bartering with shopkeepers without too much success. They weren’t prepared to move much.
Nice dinner, again in Foreigner Street, off for a foot massage, and back to our hotel about ...
... towards Da Li. A deserted sawmill is a lucky find indeed in this more densely populated valley. It rains all night and in the morning I miserably pack my tent wet, but manage to dry it later on hot concrete.
I stop for noodles in the market of a small town with an eccentric woman, who keeps giving me more and offering me different foods to taste. A few people join us, and then a young woman steps up and speaks to me in English. Li Zheng Xiang invites me to visit her ...
... old town looking for food and a group of us ended up having the best meal of China, if not the trip, at a restaurant there. There were 10 of us sat round this huge round lazy Susan style table eating an amazing amount of food for the whole afternoon. We all ordered dishes and shared. The Dim Sum was particularly good! This humongous feast ended up costing us the princely sum of £4.40 each. Good food and great company for less than a fiver - it ...
... streets with streams flowing through are fun to wander. We also sampled some great fresh produce here, mmmmm asparagas and broccoli!
Our hostel 'The Lily Pad' was a little slice on heaven really.
Amazing amazing herbal tea.
Cute little courtyard
And wonderfully free giant towels, not to mention the very comfy lounge area.... - a pity about the in house menu ...