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... crazy on the roads. At the reserve we were able to view pandas resting, eating and playing.they eat mainly bamboo but also carrots apples and panda cakes which is something that is made for them. It consists of oil corn eggs and soy. In addition to the giant pandas we saw many red pandas. They remind me of raccoons and are really adorable and playful. They are amazing. It's is surreal. Can't believe we are in another country and actually doing this. Wow. After lunch ...
... peppercorns are like a festival in your mouth- no spice, just a tongue that feels like it has pins and needles at the same time as eating mint ice cream. Gong bao chicken is incredible and is absolutely now my favorite dish- tiny diced chicken flash fried with peanuts, peppercorns, cucumber and sauce. Very glad that I'm sticking around in Sichuan for a while longer just to get more ...
... to make sure you can afford them?
o To get married here – you better own a home first. Has this thought been in our Western mindset in the past 65 years?
o We in the West have been brainwashed that communism is bad (enabling us to hate most of Eastern Europe, Cuba and China). Yet the richest and best jobs belong to members of the Communist Party (Government).
o The people ...
... insides" actually looked like the skin of a cow tongue - black skin with spikes on it. The other delicassy I really couldn't get myself to eat looked like a long jelly string with more spiky strings dangling from it. Apparently it was more from the "cow inside" and I had to turn it down with an appologetic smile. Jack was my hero and actually ate everything subtly that they had put on my plate, he must have had ten of those meatballs which tasted like spongy ...
... from the hostel. Took the cities one and only existing subway to get there. From the signs around the place it looks like the metro line has only been open a few months.
From the metro, once again wandered through a new old town. You can tell this mostly from the fact that what should be made of stone is actually made of concrete. This includes but is not limited to statues and building bricks. Nice enough walk though with lots of stalls and some steam buns ...