Hua Sheng Hotel
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... climbing lots of stairs to reach the top, next to the Buddha's head. Thankfully there was no waiting, but obviously on very busy days it looks like people line up for hours. Next we walked down the side of the Buddha until we reached his feet...it was fantastic, very impressive and extraordinary to think it was built over 1500 years ago! For some reason I didn't take a ...
... could stop frequently on the sides of the stairs to take breathtaking photos with some of the most scenic backgrounds. For moments you forgot you were in China and were in a world mirroring Fern Gully.
Along the path were locals selling produce, souvenirs, walking sticks and food to feed the monkeys. You now may ask, monkeys!? yes there were monkeys, but they were not friendly monkeys - they were aggressive monkeys. Ricky warned us about these primates- ...
A short and sweet blog tonight readers ~ sorry for the lack of content, but when you feel unwell, you're bound to ramble as my first sentence would imply. I will let you in on the fabulous boat ride I took in the Qingyi River to see the Giant Buddha near Leshan China in all his beauty and might.
Carved out of rock, the Giant Buddha monstrously stands 71 meters tall and ...
... br> When Ricky went over our accommodations in the orientation meeting, he emphasized that the monastery was one of the most basic accommodations on the trip and that we needed to be prepared for lack of private facilities. Nothing we could not handle! If you didn't read the trip notes or if your head was in the sand and you did not pack toilet paper for your trip to Asia,(pretty much a cardinal rule as you cross the border into the continent as a whole) than you cannot blame anyone ...
... meat before the veggie monastery. We took a boat out to see the big Buddha which is a massive Buddha carved into the rock. This was done to celebrate the first and only female emperor of china. The work took over 100 years to complete and he feet of the buddha are bigger than me :) After this we drove to the monastery which was to be our home for the night. Alex and I were put ...