Emeishan Grand Hotel
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... that I was translating this whole conversation back and forth.) As soon as she said they could touch her hair women seemed to materialize from the bushes just to feel her hair. We really enjoyed the red pandas as well. You walk through their enclosure and can see them above you in the trees and wandering the paths. They have a bit more free range than the giant pandas. I have a great picture of me lying on the entrance porch with a red panda on the very edge of the porch behind me. ...
... and lots of candles burning everywhere. From the temple we went to the Qingyin Pavilion, the most scenic picture spot on Mt. Emei. There is an actual pavilion and people waiting to sell you ponchos or take your picture, a set of steps with love locks, and a tea house. We went up to the teahouse to rest and have a glass of tea while enjoying the scenery. Two small rivers meet by the pavilion and create some small falls and rapids. We took the ...
... was astounding to me that nobody was up until after 7 am. Most climbers are early birds and try to get an early start for a hike and not get any breakfast until after 7 in a place like this was a big turn-off. I had reserved a room for Thursday, and Saturday, as I had planned to spend Friday night on the mountain in one of the monasteries.
Dan, the guy from South Africa, had asked if he could join me on ...
... see our breath in the restaurant. We filled our bellies and headed off to bed, which by the way had an electric blanket!!! I would normally be concerned about electrocution, but I couldn't feel my nose or toes and the descision was weighed and measured carefully...sleeping with the electric blanket on, all night won by a long-shot. We had one visitor with more legs then I care to mention, the shower doubled as a bathroom cleaning system and the alarm was set for 5 am to see the ...
... but at least when we turned toward the East Gate we were walking along the road we knew. The East Gate let us out onto the road, so we needn't have worried, and we managed to catch both of our requisite buses in no time at all. Travelling independently always seems like everything is going to go wrong and you'll get horribly lost, but then it always seems to work out, and it's excellent fun in the process. Tomorrow we go see the pandas! ...