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... seen. Apparently some people are so moved by it that they jump off the cliff and into the clouds
- Saw a bunch of monkey’s on Mount Emei. Word of caution, they steal plastic bags.
After the two day tour we still had 2 more days until I had to fly back up north to visit family. What happened one of those nights deserves a blog post all by itself, so I’ll do just that. Check out the next few blog posts!
Peace and Monkeys,
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 ...
... were) looked fairly flat! I was absolutely gutted- more so for Paul and really disappointed in myself! I'm not sure what I'd have done had I known when we were up there because I was genuinely in agony but I'd like to think I'd have pushed through- who knows!! I stretched my groin when we got back to the hostel and thankfully its not too bad today, slightly tender. Knees ache a bit and ankle still hurts. Leg muscles are bad hurting and will be worse ...
... is making it hard for the boats to position to get that perfect shot. It seems no one is truly able to capture it's full wonder. Guess you gotta see it to believe it. Even now as a "tamed" river the currents are fierce and I couldn't imagine having to paddle against it. They'd have to be some strong fisherman! But not too much time to linger as dusk is setting in and they will soon be locking the gates. It's back up the stairs on the other side and a rush ...
... are so many people making the accent from little toddlers to 80 plus year old people. Its hard going with lots of rest stops. My heart rate is pushing over 140bpm. We came across a group of wild monkeys along the path. Everyone stops to get some pictures and give them food. Very funny to watch, but we take care as they can get aggressive. Last thing i want to happen is get bitten by one. One person gives the monkey a can of open beer, but the monkey does not know how to ...