E Mei Shan Hot Spring Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 1200 year old Buddha carved into a cliff where the Dadu and the Min Rivers meet. It's huge. He's 71metres tall, his ears are 7m long, his shoulders span 28m and his big toes are 8 and half metres long. He's in a sitting pose with his hands resting on his knees. Best seen from the river, we took a boat for the short 500m ride. You can also walk along the side of the cliff and then climb down a ...
... says that the lake area is popular with honeymooners.
The area is home to the last remaining matriarchal society in the world. The women control everything, businesses, family and money. Mothers live with their children and perhaps an uncle. Men and women don't live together and the men only visit when invited. Neville was lucky I let him sleep inside and not out in the cold!
Around lunchtime we ...
... culture in China and Vietnam in situations like this. Before we asked her, we asked an old couple where we were. The man had a huge smile on his face, and even though I cannot understand Chinese I could tell he was going to invite us to join them for dinner, but his wife did not like that idea at all.
The descent was overall much better than the ascent. The main lesson learned is, prepare better clothes, bring more money, and spend ...
Took a bus at midday to Emei Shan town, two hours south of Chengdu, thanked the people who tried to get me to stay in their fancy hotels in town and headed up the hill towards Fuji Si monastery, where I would be able to stay the night in a monastery. Trouble with having an 8 year old guide book that you bought on ebay for $2 is that sometimes the information is a little out of date. After heaving my enormous backpack up stone ...
... Village at Teddy Bear hostel just outside the park. It's really cozy, with a great atmosphere, next door to the local bus station and close to the village street food. We get a few hours to check out nearby temples and other interesting sites. That evening, we plan our ascent and descent of the mountain for the following day over some fried noodles and a beer. A 6.30am start, egg and toast breakfast and a Teddy Bear picnic ...