Chengdu University of Technology Guest House
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... br> When they eat they peel off the outer layer of the bamboo and eat the inside.
We had a front row view of the Panda's eating - this was really fun to watch.
Denise took a video of them eating - Check it out - notice the one Panda eating while lying on his back.
They are ...
... a netbook. We entered the first store and to Dan, it was almost akin to pornography, he salivated as he took in the rows and rows of gadgets, cameras, phones, laptops, netbooks, desktops and all manner of techno paraphernalia. He approached the first kiosk looking like Alec Guiness in ‘Ice Cold in Alex’ when they finally have their beer, afraid to touch it just in case it’s all a dream. He reached out his ...
... to take pictures. The panda was spoiled and got apples and fresh bamboo shoots to chew on while being held, so he was pretty happy. The panda was so fluffy and cuddled into you. Melanie didn't want to let him go, but just like that the two minutes were up. Melanie also got some swag with her donation, including a certificate, a DVD and a sweater, not too bad! To continue on her high, they visited the rest of the pandas around the park including the red pandas (think shifu ...
... restaurant, the streets were full of people enjoying the summer evening.
We staggered back to the hotel with full bellies, and Nancy and I did some post-dinner relaxing in the Fraser's massage chairs. These are very high tech chairs so it was quite an experience. Between the food and massage, I am now at a very low functioning level and must finish blogging and go to sleep. We have another expedition planned for tomorrow!
... hour flight or face a 9 hour coach ride that snakes through the countryside and hills. 150 pounds return versus 26 return. The bus was the winner so we purchased our tickets, packed some ham and cheese sarnies and were on our way the following day. The journey took a full 9 hours and it was quite a hairy ride. At various points we practically on cliff edges wondering when we were going to meet our fate. It reminded me of that Top Gear episode where they drive that road ...