Golden Summit Hotel
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... saw plenty enjoying the pumpkin and carrots left out for them to eat. Our final stop was a quick trip through the panda museum. We discovered the bathrooms had bidets on the commodes but not on the squat toilets, an interesting touch of class. The museum itself was not very big and had posters with panda facts in English and Chinese as well as a panda skeleton and skull, the first panda cub raised in Chengdu, and the reproductive organs of pandas. The piece de resistance had to be ...
... in front of the pavilion with 2 small bridges in the background. We also read the small signposts telling stories explaining the names of the spot. An old story tells that two snakes met at the convergence of the two rivers/streams and that the green snake wished to marry the white snake. The white snake agreed to marry the green snake if he could beat her in a fight, so that part of the stream is named "two dragons dancing." Our walk from their ...
... a dorm bed only to charge me a more pricey accommodation (even if they had free dorm beds). It was 3 hours away, I run it in 2 hours. Suffering each step. But in the end I did it. I covered little bit less than 100 km on approximately 20 hours, 8 the first day, 10 the second and 2 the last. Total 5000 m elevation (gain and loss) of which 3000 on the second day. I'm proud of myself..but my legs are ...
... hiking up a steep slope, we made it to one of the summits on Emei Shan and found a nearly deserted monastery to stay the night. Aside from the three people who lived and worked at the monstery, Sam and I were the only ones there. We had a comfortable room and a hearty dinner in the empty dining hall. The bathroom and shower were in an outhouse, but the place was amazing. It was the most authentic monastery we've seen so far in China.
... it was my bottle of water they were after) because within 5 minutes I had a very ******-off monkey sitting on my back, growling and showing his teeth. I had visions of the monkey biting my ear off and my trip ending in the hospital but luckily one of the workers in the area scared him away with a shovel. Once we'd learned the magic 'jazz hands' (for a funny picture see ...