And so we finally arrived at the Grand Canyon, the goal of our trip.
There were a lot of people, the funny thing is that we saw that the bulk of all the people who were on the Canyon were Chinese.
They, as always, in "small" groups of 100 people got off the arriving buses with advertising numbers on board containing the phone numbers 8888 8888, and, leaving the buses, immediately walked to the edge of the Canyon.
The grandeur of the Grand Canyon is amazing!
You are on a plateau with a majestic view of the creation of nature.
You understand that this Canyon is thousands and thousands of years old, maybe millions.
That all this was done by Nature, in comparison with which man is only a tiny particle.
I was afraid to approach the very edge. Even my famous photo, which I later began to put in many of my accounts on Avatar, I took very carefully, not going close to the edge, but climbing onto a stone that stood next to the cliff.
But many people are not only not afraid to approach the edge, but also jump up on the edge, and sit on the edge, and dangle their legs, and push each other, and scare ....
I don't know what is more terrible, to look down from the edge of the Canyon or to look at the carelessness of tourists who do not want to understand at all that there is no place for jokes here.
It's really not a fenced cliff down from the warehouse, which will not save anyone if you fall down.
We walked along the edge of the Grand Canyon for quite a long time, walked around from all sides and saw enough of the greatness of what Nature has created.
It’s a pity that I didn’t shoot a video then, but only took photos.
Although, videos and photos still do not reflect the greatness of what you see with your own eyes.
We were given 4 hours to visit the Grand Canyon.
There you can ride along the bottom of the Canyon on a boat.
You can fly in a helicopter.
We did not take a boat or a helicopter, but simply decided on this first trip to the Canyon to enjoy only the views of the Canyon as it is.
If we go to the Grand Canyon on our other trips, we will definitely fly by helicopter to look at all this beauty from above.
Or we will swim along the bottom of the Canyon along the river to look at the entire monolith of tall rocks surrounding us.
And, yes, man is a grain of sand among everything that Nature has created.
On the territory of this tourist point, at the top of the Plateau, we had a great meal.
The line was long, but it moved pretty quickly.
As a result, we received the same food ration for everyone and sat down at a table overlooking the Canyon.
The day was wonderful, the sun is bright, the sky is blue, all the photos turned out beautiful, bright, which I really like.
I think we will visit there again and again.
To be continued.
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Read other articles about the USA here:
Las Vegas, part 1.
Las Vegas, part 2. Large M & M's store in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas, part 3. Hotel HOOTERS.
Las Vegas, part 4. City walk.
Las Vegas, part 5. City walk (continued).
Las Vegas, part 6. Excursion to the Grand Canyon, Arizona.
Las Vegas, part 7. Hoover Dam.
Las Vegas, part 8. Ranch (imitation of cowboy western films).