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... 1200 year old Buddha carved into a cliff where the Dadu and the Min Rivers meet. It's huge. He's 71metres tall, his ears are 7m long, his shoulders span 28m and his big toes are 8 and half metres long. He's in a sitting pose with his hands resting on his knees. Best seen from the river, we took a boat for the short 500m ride. You can also walk along the side of the cliff and then climb down a ...
... and the road out was worse than the road in. I think we came right back down to sea level in one long descent and despite using the brakes intermittently we still had to stop to let our brakes cool down. The last part of the road was broken concrete and very rough. It wasn't helped by the large number of coal trucks using the road. We stopped for the night in the yard of an old Police Station at Mill Mountain.
... 3 days at E Mei Shan. Even staying at the bottom of the mountain in Bai Guo village was a lot of fun, full of cheap hotels with wifi and western toilets, such a luxury sometimes. Speaking of toilets, I used a squat toilet for the first time ever on our descent. It was intense. Squatting just for 10 seconds is difficult after hiking for 2+ days. I almost fell down, but I was able to survive the experience and apparently my aim is spot ...
... the size of the palm of my hand. A lot of black ones but also some other colours. Beautiful!
In the part where the monkeys live you have to be careful. The monkeys are smart and the love to eat (sounds like humans) especially sweat stuff. So if you open you bag they will help you to empty the bag to find something to eat for them. Everybody bought a stick because the monkeys can be very nasty and with the stick you can get rid of ...
... before it succumbed! A more efficient way was to catch the fish in a tank net and then slam the fish still in the net, into the ground with a great amount of force. This method seem to kill the fish first time.
Although I didn't witness this personally, I am assured that they used the same method for killing a duck!!
Sorry about the lack of photo's on this entry. But due to the weather there wasn't any point in taking any of Emei Shan.