While looking for background for some later posts, I found this web page on Fengdu which I think is a better reference than in an earlier post.
In an earlier post I commented on the neat flower displays that didn’t seem to get vandalized. However, Fengdu was generally dirty and scruffy. The incense container being used as an ashtray (below) is in contrast to those I saw in other sacred sites. And Chinese people smoke a lot.
In keeping with the run-down theme.
Some parts of the Ghost City were rather decrepit.
But the blue was eye-catching.
A colourful corner.
Fellow tourists on Sinorama Bus 2 may find themselves in this picture:
To the right of this line of people was the diorama about souls in hell.
Once we left the main site, we walked through vendors, and I was taken by this family preparing fruit, especially the smile on the boy’s face.
One member of this family has had enough for one day!
I thought these were rather cute and considered buying one for my 5 year old granddaughter, but didn’t think they would make it home undamaged.
The English in this one is right, for a change!
Next posts: Toronto, Canada