Hua Sheng Hotel
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- A 70 year old Asian man brought liqueur everywhere he went, we proceeded to sit with him at dinner and he drank us under the table
- SAW PANDAS!!!
- We went and saw a Chinese face-change show…think Asian cirque du soliel…it was very impressive. Those Sichuan girls were very talented…and attractive
- Went to the top of Mount Emei, more than 3000m above sea level…was above the clouds, one of the most beautiful views I ...
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 ...
... more and as the top starts to slow the lights go crazy signalling it needs to be wound again.
Still a little sleepy the next morning my hosts father needs to rouse him to get the day underway. He had been up late in the evening making arrangements for the following day. We took a private car to a small town about an hour away and then we were picked up by his ...
... big walk.
I walked a circular route around the lower part of the mountain, which was covered at all times with an all encompassing fog (didn't bother with the top for this reason). This did mean that I saw more golden macaques over the next two days than I did tourists, and despite the fog, the walk was really beautiful and held true to a more romanticised ideal of what travelling in China would be like: endless stone ...
... yeah, we know) sets us on our way. It's a 2hr bus ride, 5min cable car and 45min walk to the summit. This gives us the rest of the day to descend, otherwise it's a night on the mountain in a monastery and 10hrs of hiking each day - which would've been doable but it's all walk-in accommodation and availability is not guaranteed. It's so cloudy at the top that we can barely see 5 meters never mind the hand in front of our ...