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Oh gosh it's been forever since I’ve written one of these. I’m sorry guys, stupid UChicago classes have been keeping me busy as hell. Let’s see, where was I in the last post? Right our plane just landed in Chengdu and we got 2 hours of sleep night.
After landing at 1:30 am my mom’s friend from college came and picked us up at the airport. It was 2:30 when we finally checked into our rooms, needless to say we all collapsed in ...
After a much needed lie in, we got a late bus to Leshan which holds the world largest Buddha- carved into the cliffs on the river. It's know as the oriental home of the Buddhas. We were unsure how we'd get back to Chengdu as we were dropped off in the middle of a town where we were put on a free shuttle bus to the entrance. Oh well, worry about that later! After paying about £40 to get in we walked into stunning gardens with amazing scenery! Ahead of us was ...
My host graciously picked me up at the bus station and on the way to his house was busily making plans for my visit.
He and his father took me out to a local restaurant to test some of the traditional food the fisherman eat. Now I'm slightly concerned with my allergies that I may not be able to eat anything but I am pleasantly surprised to find out the the fisherman ...
... bank and therefore the signpost pointing directly at the temple saying 'golden summit' was pointing past it at some unknown path. After an hour and some very questionable Mandarin, we finally realised we were standing at the summit. After an 'oh' and a lot of Chinese tourists shaking their heads we ventured back down the mountain.
The summit was freezing, so much so that I was convinced I was going to get hypothermia- who brings more than shorts and t shirts to ...
After a bus ride from Chengdu and a longer one up the side of the mountain, we started our hike up Mt. Emei. One of the main attractions were the wild monkeys. On the way up one of them attacked a person who was taunting him with food. On the way down, people were tossing corn up to a monkey, and the monkey threw it back down at someone's head. He then store someone's bag of medicine and climbed a tree with it. The monkey ate/drank most of the medicine there ...