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... for a pre-brekkie morning meander for 20 minutes. People either looked at you as an outsider or ignored you as irrelevant to their lives. Just little things down quiet streets can sometimes make good photos.
Walked over to brekkie with Jason. He is always smiling. It would be nice just to have a chance to shoot the breeze with him. Brekkie started off well with Jason bringing around a packaged Nestle coffee/cream/sugar combination. A couple of those ...
... Taoism and Confucianism can be found here. The Three Religions Hall has statues of Confucius, Buddha and Laozi seated together. Its location protects it from floods, snow, rain and the sun.
It is located on a seeming rock face but many of the rooms are caves and hollows in the rocks, housed in buildings, joined together by walkways. Slender poles hold up the buildings. The present version of the monastery dates from the Qing dynasty, ...
... 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 ...
The Hanging Temple - beautiful to look at, horrible to visit. I've definitely just had the lowest point of my trip! The number of people and cars waiting to go to the Hanging Temple was unbelievable. I have just stood in a queue for 21/2 hours and then slowly snaked my way around in single file being crushed, pushed, poked and photographed. The Temple itself was beautiful but way too small for the number of people trying to squeeze through. ...
... not a public bus, we can also request bathroom breaks if we need it or otherwise they will stop every few hours automatically. We also had a lunch stop. I must say that almost all of the service stations we have stopped at have had decent bathrooms. A far cry from the horrible ones at the bus stations I encountered in southern China. Only cars of people who live in the walled part of the city are allowed to enter ...