Haohai International Hotel
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... in a car with three 24 year old Chinese students and took a walk up a sacred mountain that we still don't know the name of and that wasn't in our guide book. There sure were a lot of Chinese there though! (thank you National Holiday, again) This climb took in some great little mountainside temples that, with the help of a Chinese smartphone translator we discovered were for 'Worship of the Black Warrior of Fuzhou'.
Happily the Hanging Monastery was ...
... social standing. Using myself and two others on the train as examples, he suggested that I would be charged the most and the other two, different amounts for the same goods or services. Having lived in England while getting his degree, he is familiar with the concept of all people paying the same amount for the same things but it is simply not the practice here. We told him about our experiences and the challenges of travelling ...
... they can crush a people flat". Or to put it more simply- is glass iad na cnoic i bhfad uainn. Skin-whitening cream is used here with the same regularity as fake tan at home.
In conclusion, next time I see a group of Chinese people at home (maybe by hanging around DIT campus), I'll gawk at them until the drool pools around my shoes, demand 'selfies' by their sides, and then scream at them " You see? You see!? Irritating isn't it? Now go! Tell all of China!". At ...
... in. It wasn’t long before we found our first cave which had a gargantuan Buddha statue carved into the cliff face. Over all I think there were about 9 or 10 caves all with unique Buddha statues of all sizes. I think I was about the size of a toe compared to the biggest we one we saw. It wasn’t even his big toe. We managed to spend the whole day wandering around the various cliffs and temples before we headed home ready for a new day of busses tomorrow. ...
... Beauty everywhere you looked.
Lunch was a communal affair with lots of dishes and everyone helping themselves. One of the tour group was Chinese and she led the way in dealing out portions and showing us what to do. Basically, after the rice was doled out, it was a free for all. Great to experience it.
The bus drove further out if the city and we were at the Yungang caves. Great examples of Buddhist cave art are to be seen here.