Chengdu Business Hotel
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... pass by interesting villages ever so often and would encounter these unique structures, it was nice...
After the fourth day of solo cycling I encountered a young guy from Fujian province named Soon Yeng who was heading in the same direction as I was. He was on a his college break and had committed to a trip which would take him from the east coast to Shangri-La, a spot about 3000 km Southwest. Since our paths converged for a time and since he was so very ...
We knew this was going to be a BIG day. Up at 05.30am. Shook everyone awake, out into the dark to get our taxi to the airport. Today we fly from Chengdu to Kunming, Kunming to Vientiane (Laos) and Vientiane to Louang Prabang. Will we make each flight now thats the question?
On arrival at the airport the girls were on the lookout for food (as ever!) Orla had spotted a restaurant en route to the departure lounge. We had just enough currency ...
... About twenty km from the airport, the driver stopped his taxi and said it was overheating and that he would call his friend to fetch us the rest of the way. He made some calls on his mobile but there seemed to be no one coming. After a forty-minute wait in which the Guangdong couple threatened to make some phone calls, he reluctantly started his car and sent us back to the airport where we bought tickets for the ...
... will never fade but will most likely blossom with time. I wouldn't say China has transformed me into a different person, but this country has helped me see myself in a different light, which has, ultimately, made me look at everything from a different angle. Although I have changed before my very eyes, I am still an American girl at heart. I can dress up in traditional Chinese clothing, eat Chinese food, and say Chinese phrases, but I still have an American ...
... reaching the temple and the area where you could see the Buddha's head. There was a cliff path down to his toes. There was a queue. Dan had seen enough of the head and was happy to not go down but I decided to see it through to the end. It was a forty minute wait to get to the bottom. I swear at times I wanted to scream to get the crowds moving. But I didn't and after a certain turn on the stairs it was much easier going and I was down in no time. Finally got ...