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... the starting point of our hike. From here we spent a few hours on the high ground on the valley sides before descending towards the "Golden Whip Stream" river which runs along the valley floor. The climb back up to our hostel was amongst the hardest we have come across on the trip so far, but was well worth it as we found a spot for sunset.
The following day we would be departing, but made the most of an excellent hostel service where they transferred luggage ...
... we were going to topple over into the abyss at any second and with Mila snapping away, it was all a bit unnerving.
We continued climbing and once we reached the top the view was just simply out of this world. I have been to some incredible places and seen things that not many people will in their lifetimes none of that compared to what I could see before me. We were stood on the top of a huge cliff, with a sheer drop directly in front of us. Across from ...
... across a Buddhist Temple. Because it was the other side of the mountain and away from the entrance, there weren't that many people around. Every time you watch a programme or film in which Buddhist temples appear, they are more or less correct (except that the robes monks wear are grey rather than orange). As I wondered around, I met a monk who offered to give me a blessing. Off course I am Catholic and very proud to be so but to turn this down would be ...
... smog is so thick, you can't see the tops of some trees) which makes a change from the days previous which had been murky, even by Changsha's occasional standards. However this meant that it was scorching hot under the sun (being a typical Brit as ever).
In England what would you describe a country park as? In China it is long concrete walkways, thick green trees lining either side and a theme park to go with it. This was a pleasant surprise from what we were expecting. ...
One item we forgot to mention about yesterday’s dinner — in keeping with our desire to try something else unique and “different” each day, last night we tried “Thousand Year Old Egg”, which is a fresh duck egg, which they wrap up in mud and limestone powder to give out heat and essentially cook the egg. They leave it like this for over three months, and then serve it. We had it covered with very spicy chilis, and the ...