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Travel Blogs from Emeishan
... meters tall! 3 of us bought incense sticks to light and put in front of the temple near the Buddha and made a wish! Hannah spent the afternoon having her massage and seeing the sights of Chengdu before we board another night train!! (Only 15 hours this time!) we also said goodbye to our tour guide Sally. We grew to love the chaos with Sally...she was probably the worst tour guide ever who had no idea what was going on 80% of the time but was the happiest little Chinese lady! We loved ...
Gerry & I are clearly deluded, thinking that we're real hikers; this time setting off for a 2 day uphill hike through monkey-inhabited forest. We took bamboo walking sticks in an attempt to look authentic, although we soon depended on them just to get us the next steps! Emeishan is considered to be 1 of China's 4 Buddha mountains, with many Buddhist temples & monasteries scattered across the mountain linked by concrete paths & steps. Lots of steps... It ...
... aggressive and stealing food from people backpacks and pockets. These monkeys were different looking than other monkeys that I've seen - they kinda looked like Midget Gorillas.
Afterwards we had lunch then headed back to Chengdu for the night - The next morning we will drive by bus southeast to Chongqing to catch our boat for our cruise on the Yangtze ...
... had a very spicy and delicious mini noodle soup for 50 cent and bought some coke to get some energy back. There were small shops everywhere on the way. This is what I like about China. Toilets and drinks everywhere! And drinks for a reasonable price even in the touristic areas. Well reasonable price for me of course maybe not for a Chinese salary.
We went to the valley of the monkeys and on the way I saw hundreds of big ...
... to reach the monestaries, guest houses and snack shops along the way are via the steps, we passed quite a few people carrying baskets full of water bottles and food up to sell to these shops. Due to this, the price of water bottles rose steadily from 2rmb at the bottom of the mountain to 8 rmb near the top. At one point we passed by these poor men hauling huge mattresses up the steps of the mountain. The mattresses were so heavy that they ...
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