Sam'S Hotel

Address: Yuxiu Road, No.2 Yuyuan Street, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Yuxiu Road, No.2 Yuyuan Street, Dali, is near Dali University.
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      Monday 10th, Tuesday 11th: Dali

      A travel blog entry by anyaleska on Feb 11, 2014

      28 photos

      ... late, when the cormorans are already full. We get on a boat with people, amongst other boats full of Chinese tourists, and sail away for a good half hour, all of that to see ONE cormoran catch a fish, super far away. Not worth the money, and a huge waste of time. Wouldn't recommend it. the birds are pretty classy though.

      4th stop: We go to a tainting shop. Nice technique, they have beautiful colors and beautiful clothes. I end up buying some large summer pants, héhé ...

      Yunnan - Ancient City of Dali & Three Pagodas

      A travel blog entry by ngrick on Nov 28, 2012

      8 photos

      ... Myanmar called "pao lu da" (缅甸特饮ૣ 3;鲁达) and let us tried a plate of fried chicken feet that they were hoping to promote as their specialty dish. Not wanting to drink again, we had cakes at a cafe and ginger & honey tea at a tea house, followed by some skewered food. It was almost 1 am when we went back to the hostel and hit the bed without showering. It was certain that we would move to Nuodeng the following day - by hook or by ...

      Kung Fu King

      A travel blog entry by finbarrorourke on Jul 17, 2012

      3 comments, 16 photos

      ... been strange to be back to a routine and the temple is all about routine. Every day is laid out the same. We're woken at the fresh time of 5:30 by a big feckin gong (guess who was given the room closest to the gong). If there's one thing I won't miss from there it's that gong! We don't start training untill 7 so we have an hour after the gong to lie in bed listening to the monks morning chanting.

      At 7 the fun starts with a wee run ...

      Two weeks in the Chinese highlands

      A travel blog entry by ashventures on Jun 15, 2011

      2 comments, 31 photos

      ... search of camp, I slip off the G213 to investigate a trail leading into the hills, and see a large grain hopper with shelter stemming from a hillside, seemingly abandoned. I investigate, then carry bike and gear up the stairs, wait a while and set up on the concrete platform when it seems dark enough. Motorbikes pass on the trail below infrequently, but the shroud of the tent makes it easy to fall asleep. Around 2 am, I awake to a motorbike stopping, footsteps outside and torchlight ...

      Dislocated Knees and Jail TIme

      A travel blog entry by monnat07 on Mar 13, 2011

      22 photos

      ... for Han Bing to walk out the front entrance and look up at us.

      The old town was hands-down the most interesting and picturesque place I have been in China. Just like Kunming, fresh fruits and vegetables are abundant. I tried the local speciality, fried cheese and sugar on a stick. It was delish. Tomorrow we are going rowing on Erhai Lake, trying traditional Bai Minority tea and then onto another city!