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... worth noting on the journey back were Tibetan street jewellery sellers; they were annoyingly determined to sell things, not just to us, but everyone on the tour bus. They even came on the bus to push their things and created an argument, almost shouting match, with people sitting behind us. Got a couple photos of this as it was a little amusing for us. Also, the hours on end stationary traffic jam in the valleys ...
The reason for our trip to Chongqing was to visit the Dazu - an area of Buddhist grottos dating back to round 800 AD - We took a taxi to the bus station then a 2.5 hour bus ride along a good highway and then a mini van to the complex. We were not disappointed - truly amazing - not too crowded - we were early.
After a few hours and delicious food we took the bus back to Chongqing where we were dropped at a different bus station - taxi driver ...
Dupa pranz am pornit spre obiectivul nostru: Dazu Rock Carving. Obiectivul cuprinde o serie de sculpturi cu tenta religioasa realizate in stanca. Ele sunt localizate in Beishan, Baodingshan, Nanshan, Shimenshan si Shizhuanshan. Toate sculpturile sunt de o realizare artistica deosebita.
Se pare ca cele mai vechi sculpturi dateaza de prin anul 650 de la inceputul dinastiei Tang. Totusi perioada de mari realizari a inceput Ón ...
... heads in bewilderment as I peddled away from their stand. The two small ones are a pomegranate, and a huo long guo.
The next time you want a snack try a pack of Chongqing Special TasteHorse Beans. At least the name is written in pinyin, and unlike most packaged food, has ingredients listed in English! They are hot-as-hell lima beans; obviously a local special. I have also acquired a pack of YOFQ that looks like raw peep wings. I ...
... of their food. Nevertheless, it is a phenomenal experience to see
human beings thinking and living differently. What if I had gone to France,
Germany or even America? Of course those people are not like a Swiss-Italian
guy, but still similar. How would you describe a typical Chinese guy, a friend
recently asked me. “Well, this is a difficult question, as China is so big and
has over 60 minorities. They have 22 provinces and nearly ever province ...