Folk Inn

No.63 Shenxianshu South Road, Wuhou District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

39 Chengdu

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on May 29, 2013

38 photos

... are attached adjacent to the doors and the attendant stands next to the door to check and assist passengers. When the train leaves they stand at attention with serious faces.

It is hard to make contact with the other passengers; I have not seen any other westerners at the station or on the train thus far. The Chinese are very different to the Vietnamese; they may look the same but that is where it ends. Even if I try to talk with them they just look at me and some ...

Completing My Contract in Style (Chengdu)

A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on May 20, 2012

365 photos

... and she once told me that other Vietnamese people look down on her because her skin is darker than most. I didn't really think this was true, but now I see how Asian countries are--and it is quite disturbing.

Overall, the day was great. I thought I was going to have to carry Nikki home, but she somehow managed to make it back. I told her that her feet were probably going to fall off and that when she woke up in the morning, they most likely wouldn't ...

Big Trip to ChengDu - Home of the Pandas

A travel blog entry by joyce10 on Jun 05, 2011

12 photos

... was rocking the whole tree back and forth. It was so funny to watch. Then he turns upside down and climbs down. There was a mother with two children. They were very cute, one in particular was also bit of a performer running around and being silly, while his brother was up a tree hidden most of the time. The park also has red pandas. They look more like racoons. How they are related to the Panda I'm not sure, maybe because they both eat bamboo? After ...

Impressions of China

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Oct 31, 2010

7 photos

... queue, which is just a mad crush of bodies struggling to get on a bus. Well, one day, while getting on the bus in LeShan to go see the Giant Buddha, a woman pushed in front of me to get in first. Now usually that is the name of the game, but there were only four of us waiting to get on that bus! I don't know if it was grumpiness at the lack of food, thanks to our Chinese breakfast that morning, but I had had it. I put my hands on her waist from behind and marched her all the ...

Jinsha Site Museum, Japanese cookies, Shanghai

A travel blog entry by wheresjeff on May 18, 2010

1 comment, 5 photos

... got to the museum and, of course, Xuesong and Qinger jockeyed for position at the ticket window to pay—as it turned out, all for nothing, quite literally. That day happened to be International Museum Day and museums all over the world had free admission, including the Jinsha Site Museum. It was a bit of a stroke of luck, considering that that was the only museum we went to during the entire trip in China. (I teased Qinger that she chose that particular day so we ...