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... salad with chilli, fish with chilli, spring rolls with chilli sauce and then cook meat in a boiling chilli soup or a steam broth and then dip it into a dish of garlic and oil.
Luckily I came prepared with water bottle and tissues so I survived the chilli onslaught. They took pity on me and eventually brought me a bowl of fried rice which was very welcome.
I have to admit that the Hot Pot attraction was ...
Un kilomètre en train, ca use, ca use…
La Chine est vaste, et les distances sont longues. Chengdu, notre prochaine destination, se trouve à 40 heures de train de Dunhuang. Etant donné qu'il n’y a plus de couchette pour la première partie du trajet – 15 heures tout de même – nous prenons l’option économique : « Hard seat ». Autant dire qu’essayer de dormir est mission impossible avec ces lumières allumées, ces gens qui ...
... eye ! It truly seemed like magic. The performance also included other segments like shadow puppets and props like stick puppets. It was well worth the expense.
In a day of wandering through the city, we visited Wehshu Temple, Chengdu's largest and best preserved Buddhist Temple, Tianfu Square (with Mao's towering statue at one end of the square) and People's Park. We have noticed that there is a People's Park in every major city and it ...
... t see 10ft in front of ourselves anyway. It
was such a shame (especially as the previous day was
crystal clear) but we could barely make out the huge
gold Buddha we’d come all the way to see.
Still, it was an experience. It also meant we went out
again that evening as it was the last time our troupe
#would be together (and we all had trains the next day).
I miss you all ...
... jolted) along the bridge, while people tried to shake it back and forth, as recorded loudspeaker voices told them not to. We got to the pavilion at the other end and then turned right, walking along the river. A short distance away is Erwang Temple [二王妙 Èrwáng miào - Two Kings Temple], which had been seriously damaged in the 2008 earthquake and was being reconstructed. (It's due to be finished in September, 2010.) We sat by the ...
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