After getting off the cable, we are at the very peak of the island.
To the other side, together.
A few steps down…
It started rainning, no one was praying outside.
People staying overnight at the temple got their portion of vegetarian food.
Two monks coming to the temple, a kneel in a few steps.
Taking Hundred-Step Path down the mountain
Met a lady in her 60s, walking her way straight up the steep steps, taking a rest every few steps. She said her son is working as a professor at a university in California. She came here to send her blessing.
Strange rock hanging over the cliff.
Talking to the lady while she was taking a rest.
Apparently the path had served as a portion of the local marathon route.
Some pious Buddhist believer praying their ways up the temple at the top.
They take a few steps before every kneel.
Night fall, the lights came up.
Calm music coming from these rock radios along the path.
Bottom of the path is Fayu Monastry, where we had visited earlier.
Taking a small path we found some farms.
My final seat for waiting for our bus
A smaller port for other, smaller Buddhist islands nearby.
This boat looked like a fish with eyes.
A park with sculptures depicting different temple work.
Such as people kneeling and praying.
Laying all the way down to pray.
We ate at our hotel. The owner made the food for us.
We especially liked the local beer, not to mention its incredible price. The shrimp was amazing as well.