Chengshi Yizhan Express
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... have been times when they have needed to be reminded of who they are where they come from and why they are here, but the great thing about a Sacred man is that they know what you mean when you talk about giving and giving back. In years to come I hope these guys will be able to look back and be able to say they travelled to China with each other and learnt more about themselves through the experience. Sacred on ...
... bus back, so they didn't need the public bus. Who cares about the Canadian sitting here waiting right? I had to wait another hour for the next one, eventually a group of funny ladies sat down next to me and gave me some sunflower seeds and dates. Together we waited a long time.
We took the bus back when it finally came, I fell asleep and when I woke up they were gone. I took another ...
... old single guys in Asia, especially this one, because he kind of followed us from the first temple, and then down the street after this one.
We walked to another pagoda which was closed and then a monastery, where I again tried to ask buddha for help, but I didn't have a clear question this time, so it didn't work. Madelleine and Laura's big idea was to see the mixture of Islam and Buddhism in western China, so we looked at a mosque and Laura practiced ...
We had a four day weekend because of my school's sports day on Thursday and Friday. So, I asked my couchsurfers Madelleine and Laura if I could follow them for a while. They were headed to Zhengding, a small suburb of Shijiazhuang, which has a larger number of pagodas and temples than most places do.
I took the bus on Thursday morning and headed to Shijiazhuang. It was completely empty, that's why I love the bus. About two hours into the ...
... spans the two sides.
To get to the bridge, and the path that hugs the wall on one side of the cliff walls, one must walk up a dizzying number of steps painstakingly build between the cut. I regret not having the presence of mind to count the steps, but I would guess at about 800 or so. It is a long climb up with many breaks to turn back and peer down into the thickly forested valley floor. These observational breaks ...