Umm…yeah…this is a pagoda…I only took two pictures.. One of the pagoda and one of the main doors behind the pagoda..
It’s a little pagoda. Little “Wild” Goose Pagoda. Why must have the such damn weird names.
There’s also a “Big” Wild Goose Pagoda. Again, why “wild” goose.
Does that mean there’s a “little “captured” goose pagoda. I don’t get it. We did go to both the big and little wild goose pagoda, but I was really tired that day so I ended up just taking photos of the little wild goose pagoda.
man, little wild goose pagoda. That’s a mouthful.
You can also climb up the stairs to the top of the little wild goose pagoda.
But you have to pay.
Why I am paying to go up the stairs. I mean yeah the insides of the little wild goose pagoda would probably be neat….but….no thank you.
For those that are wondering, this little wild goose pagoda (https://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/shaanxi/xian/small_goose.htm) is a buddhist temple, that existed many many years ago (I think all the way back to the Tang Dynasty). It’s really old, which I like because that means the modern people haven’t done much to it.
It has that old school taste.
So that’s cool.. I really have nothing else to add to this experience. Not being sour, it’s just that…it’s a little wild goose pagoda…
Written from Shanghai, Renaisance on March 31, 2016