Emeishan Grand Hotel
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After the last few days the road into Leshan was a pleasure. Viaducts and tunnels and good roads and even though the toll cost was $60, it was worth it. Lunch wasn't so good. We usually make our own but had no bread so had some pork and beans at a fast food restaurant in a parking area. It was ok but wouldn't have it again. Neville didn't feel well so he stayed in Tilly.
Leshan is known ...
... the other car.
Lake Lugu is at 2600 feet and is a very pretty mountain lake in a remote part of the Yunnan - Sichuan border. We arrived just on dark and spent the night in the carpark behind the guesthouse where Andy stayed. Next morning we walked around part of the lake. We walked out to the point and climbed up to the top of a small hill. There is mostly guesthouses and restaurants in the part where we are ...
... 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 ...
... as well.
After a long morning hike we finally made it to the Golden Summit! I was able to take a few pictures of the three of us at the Golden Shrine and then my camera ran out of power! It was my fault for not charging it the night before. The other guys got some good pictures which I'm hoping to obtain from them.
on top of the mountain we approached the Golden Shrine which is like a huge statue but inside is ...
With time left before we would get our Tibetan permits we went trekking sacred Mount Emei during 2 days. There were hundreds of Chinese tourists and gladly most of them use cable cars and buses so we don't see so many on the way. There were many monkeys, too; from the greedy one trying to open your bag for food ...