Chengdu Business Hotel
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... s Park. When parents go to work grandparents take care of the kids. A lot of the time they go to the park. They watch dance's. These dances people just do they don't ask for any money. There are different dance stations. Later we a rented motor boat. One group in a row boat tied them selfs on to our boat while I was driving. Everybody was taking pictures of me and Sam. Then we went to a temple. I had a wonderful ...
... painting, keyboard-playing, 80s music disco-dancing you have EVER seen!!! Everything was being BELTED OUT aswell so there were sound clashes everywhere!! Funny park!! The Chinese get right involved! So, Wednesday was panda day. Got there early and it was basically like a small panda zoo. Quite a lot of pandas in different enclosures and getting there early paid off because they all rushed out to eat!! Brilliant.....they were good value, play-fighting and ...
... of our new friends from the night before and also made some new friends whilst we were there... Our stay in Chengdu was really fun! It's an amazing city with delicious food. We even witnessed the police whizzing around on segways which was hilarious. We definitely recommend a visit even if it is just for a hotpot and to see the pandas and we'd recommend the Mr Panda hostel any day! If you go, look out for our 'Thank You' sign slap bang in the middle on the wall in the ...
... number. Woops. Oh well, I will be leaving China in about 2 months.
You might be wondering why my 14 yr. old girl students wanted to run laps on the weekend. They most certainly do not run laps because they feel out of shape or because they enjoy it, but, instead, to prepare for their physical examination. In order for students to be accepted into good schools that will further their education and, ultimately, further their life, they have to get a good score ...
... Where were we at now?, Jesse asked? I quickly read the sign in Chinese - Knife factory. Huh? The driver told us we will go in and see. There's no pressure to buy. Ok, this should be interesting. We went in skeptical as we were still peeved from the monk tour. We were directed to enter a room. I overheard a few people asking for the toilet, great idea. We could burn off a few minutes that way. We returned and a charismatic salesman was demonstrating ...