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Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery

Following the Trail of Chinese Heritage

January 10th 2015
Hello my fellow travellers! Today has been a good day filled to the brim with Chinese heritage sites. I begun the day with visit to the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery (fair warning, it's not actually a monastery since there are no monks living here, the temple is run by laymen). It's a sweaty hike up a steep hill to reach the monastery and the path there is lined with golden statues. I must ... read more
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3rd May 2015

Great adventure!
How fab that you're exploring Chinese culture! I imagine that you saw few Westerners because most are out shopping. And yeah, you're right about the creepy/scary statues--yikes!
4th May 2015

Great adventure!
Haha, yeah probably they are! I met a few on this trip but not very many which is always nice. =)

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