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The hotel is a bit grotty but the staff are very keen to please. The floor attendants seem very amused by all of us and are passing the time of day just people watching. I wish they wouldn't do it quite so loudly and outside my hotel room: the Chinese tend to get up early. I slept well but didn't have to get up for anything this morning so, after a leisurely start and breakfast I met up with some fellow travellers and headed off for some temple visiting. It didn't bode particularly ...
... experience' - the pushing and shoving and not queuing is very Chinese I'm told and, it's true, but no one lost their temper or became impatient. Everyone just accepted the waiting - and they accepted the pushing and shoving. To leave the place I took full advantage of my height and their interest in me and just pushed through whilst saying hello and waving. Getting out of the car park was even more 'fun'. It took 2 1/2 hours! Again, there ...
... business. Once I had been to one of these places, many of them look similar in outwards appearance but each had its own unique feel. I went to another one that displayed martial arts (Hui Wu Lin Museum), a commerce museum, and an escort museum. No, not like women escorts! The escorts traditionally the ones that would protect the gold and silver as it was transported from one place to another; precursor to modern day ...
... in Japan and now spent the entire day looking at many more in Wutai Shan. Although they are all different in their own way, they all started looking quite similar by the end of the day. The first temple I went to, Pusading Temple, was probably the most impressive of the day because of all the vibrant colours. It was built from 471 AD to 499 AD. It was repaired a few times after that and the. In 1691 the Emperor wanted the ...
... other mountains that we have driven past the last few days that have very little vegetation on them. We had a bit of time before dinner so we took a quick look around the town. This area is known for its multitude of temples. We walked along some of the shops and then the market. The market had many stalls selling the same thing which included charms, prayer beads, and other beads. Tomorrow is when we will have time to explore the temples and surrounding ...