Xin Liang Hotel
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Will and I went into Chengdu Shishi and met Andrew and the teachers. We left mid afternoon and went to the Wen Fu Monastery, a beautiful temple with gardens and a tea shop where we had jasmine tea. We walked along the cultural street (Jin ...
... was closed. Pity! Perhaps we should have opted for the boat ride which would have stopped just in front of the Buddha but we kind of missed that. Nevertheless it was a fun day trip (despite the bus breaking down for an hour on the way back).
The day after the next we continued our China trip to Jiuzhaigou. We enjoyed Chengdu (and it's spicy hot pots) and thought that it's quite a nice city with quite a few things to do.
On Tuesday we got up bright and early to catch the 7:30am bus to Jiuzhaigou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site boasting crystalline lakes and spectacular waterfalls. ETA: 3:30pm (an 8-hour journey).
At around noon, 5 hours into the journey, we came across a traffic jam. After sitting there idling for a while, our bus driver then turned off the engine, opened all the windows ...
... old Buddha carved into the side of a cliff that is actually the tallest Buddha in the world. Built where three rivers meet, a place where people were victims of floods for centuries. Since they built the Buddha there have been no more killer floods. Old answer to the same problems that eventually lead to the 3 Gorges Dam. The Buddha was a huge tourist spot with people lined up in dividers like they were waiting to board Big Thunder Railway ...
... gongbao jiding and some other spicy, delicious dishes. In typical Chinese fashion, however, the restaurant's service was terrible and our rice came when we were nearly finished eating. Regardless, the meal was tasty and fun with our new friend. Afterward, we returned to the tea house we had visited on the first day and spent a while playing cards. Taking advantage of the fact that there were three of us, we played the Communist Chinese ...