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... to go back down a parallel street there it was! Really eerie and definitely abandoned. I looked in the crack between the locked doors and there were some pews and an altar, all in a shambles. China is so weird!
Further down the road was a really old temple, but it was almost time to meet Suki, my host, so I went back to the front of the park.
She worked right outside the park entrance, so it was no trouble to ...
... us off to a giant cave out in the countryside. It reminded me of Vietnam. I thought the first cave was more impressive than the second, larger one. There was a Chinese guide telling stories about the rocks. These look like monks, those look like lovers. There was even a pool of "dragon saliva" which you splashed on your head to remove all your problems. What.
Why does everything have to ...
... catch another bus straight to Shangrao at the side of the highway, at one of those service stations, where they would stop for lunch.
So Bob called the company and they said that there were in fact seats on that bus, thankfully. Bob's cousin was game to drive me all the way out to the highway (At first, I thought it was close, so I was confused why we needed a ride and couldn't just take a taxi. It ended up being 30 km ...
One of the four most famous mountains in China, the highest peak of this mountain is 2158m high.
I arrived here last night, quite spontaneously. I'd decided I needed a few days break from training, and another girl was just leaving the school in a taxi here, so I joined her. I mean, it's not every day you get offered to join a 750 rmb, 3 hours private taxi ride, to one of the most beautiful mountains in China, for free. I'd be silly not to come along!
... lunch we had on Sunday (yesterday) with the school and my boss Owen Buckland.
More on that in my next blog: Wuyishan & Da Hong Pao Part 2
The soundtrack to this entry was by Meat Puppets
The album was ‘Too High to Die’