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5.30am saw my arrival into Chengdu. I decided to wait it out a bit until daylight so, found a KFC and wasted 2 hrs there, before finding a legit taxi and our way here to Holly's Hostel. Both of us checking the map regularly, but I obviously i had no idea where I was. Most cities have an East, West, North and South train and bus station, but these …
28-30/10/2011 (english version)
Uff Finally. 24 hours of seating on a train and the beautifil warm sun welcomes us in Chengdu. It helps to relax our tensed and stiff bodies. We find a decent accommodation in a Tibetan quarter just next to big shops with outdoors equipement and clothing. In our not so distant plans we have Western …
Now when I slated the first train we went on for 20 hours I realise I may have been a little quick to complain. It turned out that that there train was China's equivalent of first class transport which dawned upon me when I found myself on a 30 hour hard-seat train to Chengdu..Yep, this was to be the biggest draw back of the Public Holiday by far. …
Joined hundreds of oldies practicing taiqi in nearby Nanjiao park at dawn - perfect way to start the day. Spent the day in the Riverside Teahouse sitting in bamboo chairs and sipping green tea. this Bamboo Grove is dedicated to the Tang Dynasty poetess, Xue Tao and we imagined her life back then.
Stepping off the plane in Chengdu, the change in temperature hit us straight away. Phew, it was certainly hotter here and a tad more humid as well. Tired and let's be honest, both a bit grumpy, we leapt in a taxi at the airport, after showing our hostel details (in Chinese) to the driver and asking how much the fare would be. After an …
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