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... we made the decision to do as much in China as independently as possible. We therefore vowed that we would never book on to a Chinese tour group.
The following day we booked straight on to a 3-day Chinese tour group. It was a ************* and we broke our vow within 24 hours, but the value for money demanded it. We wanted to visit the Jiuzhaigou National Park and to do so on our own would have cost a fortune, whereas with the tour we would get a full day there ...
... much smaller then it really is. Up till now we have only been in huge cities and also Lijiang is not as small as you might expect. From Lijiang we hiked the beatifull Tiger Leaping Gorge Trek, where we slept in the mountains and enjoyed some tranquility. This was definitly a highlight of our trip so far. What happened after is that Coralie got food poisening of some ...
... was only at 39 that she started saying yes! When I returned later to the apartment I talked about it with Delphine, and she said that she had gone shoe shopping earlier and that her size 37 ( I think it was that though it could be +-1) was even scares, and that that size even seemed to be considered large!
The clothes that everybody wears definitely remind me of Japan, and on a busy street corner I could easily spend an hour just watching ...
... that we saw were initially dozing in the morning mist but were eventually roused (by the shouting of our guide) to begin slowly chomping on bamboo. They sit up like humans do! I swear the first one we saw could've been a man in a costume. We also had a peek in the nursery to see the babies that were born earlier this Autumn. They were very cute, all snuggled up in their cot. They'd fit perfectly into Christmas stockings at this stage. They gave us the option to hold one ...
This morning we had a two hour plus drive to Leshan to see a giant Buddha. He was carved out of the rock face 1200 years ago and height (seated) is 70 metres. You'll see from the photo that people climb up and around him, but we were viewing him from a boat on the river.
The story goes that the river here was once treacherous with a whirlpool that overturned many boats and drowned so many ...