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Dragon Palace (Lónggōng - 龙宫), Guizhou Province. Part 2.

October 2011

Anshun - subsections:
» Anshun (5)
» On the way to the Huangguoshu (11)
» Huangguoshu Falls (18)
» On the way to the Dragon Palace (8)
» Dragon Palace, part 1 (26)
» Dragon Palace, part 2 (18)
» Dragon Palace, part 3 (39)
» Railway station (7)
After the Buddhist temple, going along the mountain slope, I found myself at the entrance to the cave. There was an idea that coming down on the stairs, I will get to a place where we start viewing the Dragon Palace. But no, at the bottom of the cave I came across the exit up to the other side of the mountain. The cave was quiet and cool. I could hear the dripping water from somewhere, there were no people and voices. While there, I thought that if there is an earthquake, they will never find me. Nobody knows I'm here. I doubt they will excavate the cave.



















Such a beautiful view I saw at the exit of the cave.
There was also a saleswoman with cold drinks, which was very handy.




Very frightened kitten.




On the territory there are a lot of decent toilets. These are not the shameful stinky blue booths in Moscow parks.








I measured with my feet all these valleys and slopes.










Finally, I am in the place of departure of boats to the Dragon Palace Caves.



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» Zunyi
» Guiyang
» Anshun
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» Zhenyuan
» Huaihua
» Fenghuang
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Anshun - subsections:
» Anshun (5)
» On the way to the Huangguoshu (11)
» Huangguoshu Falls (18)
» On the way to the Dragon Palace (8)
» Dragon Palace, part 1 (26)
» Dragon Palace, part 2 (18)
» Dragon Palace, part 3 (39)
» Railway station (7)


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