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... crib. One signals the mood for the day- I'm spent!! We'd love to cuddle these little guys but at nearly $400 for the opportunity we decide it's a little too steep.
Due to the substantial decline in the wild Giant Panda population and their low birth rates these creatures are extremely endangered in the wild and for future generations they will likely only be seen in captivity. Breeding practices have been ...
... the Sanxingdui Museum. The museum is located on the site of an ancient civilization, dating back over 3,000 years. A farmer discovered pits while he was digging in his fields, and since then they have pulled thousands of artifacts from the site, including pottery, jade, bronze, and gold. Many of these items were destroyed, and they have dug through the pieces, finding which ones match, and reconstructed ...
... in mist and the weather forecast for the next few days was really bad - so that was that - no Mt Emei for me.
So Plan B came into play. Eight of us, including the Yorkshire and Utah people, decided to hire a mini-bus with driver from the B&B and go to see the Big Buddha at Leshan. This was a 5-hour round trip. The Buddha (Dafo) is 230 feet high. In AD 713 a monk called Haitong, built this Buddha to protect passing boats - ...
Today was the trip to the Panda Research Base. Soooo excited!
The journey is a short distance from the hotel. Inside the centre I made my way first to see the babies that had been born in August. The sanctuary includes adult pandas and red pandas and Swan Lake that keeps Koi Carp.
Lunchtime it was a bus journey to the train station. From here was a 2h journey to Chonqing.
The station was designed like ...
After the bamboo ran out, I moved along to more exhibits with various kinds of deer and deer-like animals, all of which you could feed small bunches of bamboo for 1 kuai per bunch. I decided to just keep walking, because by this time I was really hot, kinda tired, and a little forlorn in that I hadn't passed by the panda exhibit yet. I did pass by a small amusement park.
Just as I was lamenting to myself that I hadn't seen the ...