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We awoke in Dali to rain. That solidified our decision to pack it up and head to warmer climes. We grabbed our laundry (which was still damp) and hopped on a bus to Xiaguan (Dali City), about twenty minutes away. Xiaguan is also called Dali; as seems to be common in China, one city is considered the old city and one is the new. New Dali is much …
After taking a short bus from Yangshuo to Guilin, we wandered around Guilin a bit looking for train food. Unfortunately, we couldn't really find anything, so we quickly grabbed a taxi and made for the north train station for our first Chinese train trip. The north train station was not the main station, and it was readily apparent as we pulled up. …
... otherwise,I don't see if I would making plan for a revisit.
Mode of travel free & easy.
NUmber of people : 2
Necessary items to bring
1. A optimum size of flask for warm drinking water.
2. Warm cloths, long sleeve.
3. Though most of the place we stay provide hair dryer but for the safe side bring a small one along.
4.A small Swiss knife for cutting fruits. ( many nice fruits you can find in Most of the places you stay)
... fresh and over-motivated for the next adventures ! After 24 hours of traveling from Melbourne, she is now ready for 9hours of sleep in the bus to Dali !
Check out at the hostel, 1.5EUR delicious street food, and straight to the 100% Chinese bus station (sunflower seeds all over the floor, smell of cigaret everywhere, whole for toilets, no water to wash your hands, ... mmmh !!! and it's only the beginning ! I'm sure you're jealous ;)
We exchange all our stories during ...
... in different sleeping compartments. This became a source of concern and frustration, but with some repeat gesturing, we were able to do some switcheroo in order to get into one compartment. This was especially crucial as Geula was down and out with a nasty head cold. Despite paying a premium to be in a sleeper car (about $35 total cost per person for the 10 hour trip versus $20 for the hard sleeper), there was not much sleep that night. These were ...