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... A quick descent and we moved onto another temple. But today seemed to be all about the photographs! We picked up a snack from a street food stall which was as cheap as chips! Actually it was much cheaper than chips! And definitely wasn't chips! Another temple. This one was very peaceful and beautiful. And then another, also beautiful. After a late lunch I passed a very pleasant couple of hours browsing the shops. There were lots of visitors here, including monks on a weekend ...
... need of some exercise, so we set off in search of the steps, along with David (our new American friend). Failure to find them resulted in us walking up alongside the horses, which was definitely the less crowded and shorter option, despite the dirt and smell.
We arrived at the top just in time to catch the view with some sun, before the cloud cover appeared. After taking in the landscape which was peppered with temples and white stupas, we decided we might ...
... order or patience. People tried to push in, the horns were deafening and the whole place was completely gridlocked. It was chaos! We arrived at the hotel for the night very late. Luckily the restaurant fed us - we'd had no lunch and quite a few, including me, had not eaten breakfast as the restaurant had been overrun by Chinese guests: the waitress had been in tears and they padlocked the door so that no one else could get in. New day ...
... 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 yellow glazed tiles. In my opinion this is what really made this temple stand out from a lot of the others. A bunch of us from my group then went to Xiantong temple. We were able to witness some of the monks moving throughout the temple as they went from one building to another to pray. The temple was built in 67 AD and was the first temple of Wutai. In the one building were many Buddha statues with some of them sitting on the ...