Motel 168 Chengdu Shuinianhe
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... There was a big room filled with monks in orange robes and also common people in common clothes. There were two groups separated by one isle. One group kneeled and prayed in silence as the other would stand and chant. Then they would switch, always on key. There were some monks beating some drums to a rhythm. It was pretty interesting but we had to go to catch our train. We stopped for an extremely quick bowl of noodles and then made our way home.
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... us a masage, sell us flowers, and even clean our ears. ew. we quickly refused.
after dinner, i was talking to my host parents. they are teaching me tiny bits of chinese, and i even made hand signs to go with each word. mien bow, mien tiow, wang gua, pu towe, pu towe gah... ( bread, noodles, cucumber, grape, raisin. i learned all these in the kitchen.) then my host father told me in broken english that they felt that they were parents to ...
... The students had been practicing these acts for ...
... climb down to the buddha there is of course the climb back up the mountain; it was hot and we nearly died! Not really knowing where to go we somehow ended up back up at the head of the buddha, but thankfully finally found a gate to exit from. We were immediately hounded by some ladies trying to sell us tickets to take a mini-bus back to Chengdu. We really wanted to make our way back by public bus as it was half the price these ladies were ...
... You can imagine that we were both rays of sunshine by the time we arrived on Chengdu a couple of hours late!
Luckily the tentative offer of a pickup from the station had not only turned up but had waited for our late arrival. Along with 3 other Brits from the same train we were bused to the hostel while the poor guy who had come to meet us got a public bus back as there was no room for him in the minibus. The hostel we had chosen was called "Sim's ...