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Our day in the mountain park was too exciting to only upload 5 pictures! Here are some more for you all to check out. Hope you are have a fabulous summer and we will see you guys so soon :)
Emm and Gabs ...
... the town remains but the houses have been converted into shop fronts and we wove our way through a crowd as thick as that emerging from the MCG after a drawn Essendon Collingwood match.
It was a bit much really.
Our visit to Hongfu lake surprised us as we expected heaps of people to be there on Sunday. Not so.
Zhang Nan hired a speed boat and was very excited as the driver pushed the throttle and the ...
... past few years and is back preparing some papers here.
He took us to the office of foreign affairs where we were able to make contact with a few of our past colleagues.
We will be meeting up for dinner with some of the post grad students who are able to be there (others are spread near and far across the globe and country- all with significant positions in each of their fields.)
We will ...
... to get an OK coffee in the airport and link to free wifi.
The plane was a brand new unit and we left three minutes before time.
1995 experience vignette
We remembered one previous trip in 1995 from Hankou.
We had our tickets and again were the only westerners. No signs in English.
I visited the toilet but it was so bad I returned without using it.
The old concrete building looked and felt ...
... The absolutely massive city rested in between tall green mountains and stunned all of us. Standing up their, as the wind whistled through the gazebo, was a perfectly peaceful moment while looking down upon such a chaotic and crowded place.
We soon hiked to a Buddhist temple tucked in the side of the lush mountain. It was incredibly ornate and filled with astonishing old buildings made for prayer, lighting incense, ...