Hua Sheng Hotel
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... people and kept asking us questions ("is their hair naturally like that!?" “how old is he? Nooooo! But he looks so old!”). They really took us in. My friend Annika (white girl) even got adopted by an Asian lady! Apparently she’s a “dream daughter” or something
A lot of things happened on that 2 day tour so let me just list some of the highlights:
- We went and saw the largest Buddha in the world
- I feel asleep while sitting down in ...
... stopped us and asked if we were going to Chengdu - RESULT!! He got on the phone to see what time the bus was leaving only to find it had already gone! Oh no!! He told us about local buses we could get but it sounds too complicated so we headed for a load of parked coaches- none if to people spoke English but managed to tell us they weren't going to Chengdu. We walked up the road to where we believed we seen a make shift bus depot and stumbled across another entrance ...
... I had my coat and a hoodie. We got the cable car up to a starting point and began hiking from there. We hiked up hundreds and hundreds of steps for about 2 hours- the burn was soooo bad!! We had to go at quite a pace as we didn't want to be walking around the mountain when it got dark. The plan was to get so far up then stay at a monastery or with some locals- neither of us were too keen but it's all part of the experience. My coat ended ...
... at a local tea house, where I practiced my French as the young man had just returned from studying in Paris, allowed me to buy a tea mug which so many Chinese people carry and some chrysanthemum tea. This was followed up by a visit to see how rice wine is made. It was 60% proof and knocked your socks off. The day was topped off by a visit to a local farm and a quick wander around the countryside All in all, one of the best days in China so ...
... Village at Teddy Bear hostel just outside the park. It's really cozy, with a great atmosphere, next door to the local bus station and close to the village street food. We get a few hours to check out nearby temples and other interesting sites. That evening, we plan our ascent and descent of the mountain for the following day over some fried noodles and a beer. A 6.30am start, egg and toast breakfast and a Teddy Bear picnic ...