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... that was pink, sweet and had lychees in it, dumplings, and a grain dish (a it like couscous) with beef and chilli, as well as some fried rice (our choice). Then we walked down to the river and over to the bar area, we thought we might stop for a drink but no we kept on walking, back across the river and back to the hostel, so we didn't really see many of Chengdu's famous places. It was pretty by the river though, with lots of lit up buildings and we passed by ...
... people here looked well off compared with some of the other places we'd been. At midday we met up with Jen's old work colleague Xiaoyin, who now works for Standard Chartered. She took us to a lovely lunch restaurant where she ordered lotus flower with gluttonous rice (good), steamed veg, fish, very spicy tofu, winter melon soup and a cabbage dish. All in all very tasty and there ...
In between Chendgu and Mount Emei we stopped off at the world's largest carved Buddha, named Da Fo. Standing at 71 metres tall, the incredible Da Fo was carved during the Tang Dynasty (around 700 AD) and his purpose was to calm the turbulent waters that plagued the boats travelling down the river at its feet. We had planned on making a quick stop at the Buddha on the way to Emeishan, walk down the staircase beside the giant Buddha, take a ...
... flip-flops and went into the bathroom. I cautiously turned the red nozzle, assuming that was hot. It started spraying very cold water at me, and all the way out the door of the bathroom. I squealed and ran out, then just chilled there laughing and talking my roommate, kinda freaking out about also not having a shower. Oh yeah, there is also absolutely no heat, I think our rooms are maybe 45 ...
... we could get internet, since our building is not equipped with broadband. There is only one telecommunications company in China for landlines, so we headed to China Telecom office for the music district.
I don’t think we could have possibly ended up with a nicer landlord. When the women at the counter told us that the only plans available were for a whole year, she argued with them for a while, then got on her cell phone and called a more central ...