E Mei Shan Hot Spring Hotel
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After a hearty congee breakfast (not) at the Emei Shan power hotel we headed to the bus station to commence the two hr bus trek up the mountain. Made some french buddies on the way #internationallyfamous, and after a short trek and cable car ride we were at the Golden Summit. First time experiencing cold in china (shout out to yazzy - Jiedi's mum - for the warning). Upon reaching the summit we were greated by a massive gold Buddhist statue #bling flanked on either side by ...
... cannot help but to stop and capture the carvings by camera. A truly fascinating place full of culture, nature, beauty, wilderness and surprisingly enough another monastery to walk up the pyramid shaped staircase to light a candle, and tie a lock ribbon for an eternal blessing. I of course bought a lock and left one there for Josh and me.
Climbing this mountain tested my exertion, it challenged my will, it showed me a side of China clearly overlooked by ...
I was completely in awe of the beauty of the statue and the detail within the craftsmanship of his face and body. He was a work of art, as sacred as they become. be sure to plan a visit with the small cruise that takes to the perfect spots on the river to take your memorable photos. You can pay on the boat for photos, but that is optional.
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... the dream.
Patting the pandas was a blessing. Seeing their cute faces happy was a blessing. Being in China was a blessing to see and experience things I'd always hoped. It was truly a bubble that I had created in pure happiness ready to see what's next.
We started our journey to Emei- the beginning of China's path of natural beauty. A city surrounded by mountains, meadows, forests and pure tranquility. This was a complete contrast to the environment most ...
... curtain. We were able to return to our seats and enjoy the rest of our journey. We were staying in a monastery, basic but nice although the toilets were outside and the showers had been damaged in the earthquake a few weeks back and were unusable (so the whole group smelt). We though we would be having a lie in (until nearly 7am) but at 6 am the chanting started (nice) with crashing symbols (not nice). Everyone was fully awake and ready for our journey up ...