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... two Tibetan guys were so cool, Tibet is definitely next on my list. They said that in Tibetan culture they do not use chopsticks...or any utensils. Just hands. And they always carry around their own bowl so they can clean it after every meal (with their tongue). They taught us some Tibetan language which I have quickly forgotten as is expected. But I say hello and thank you frequently in Arabic so I will not soon forget that!
... br> we heard enough horns to make us think we were in the middle of a NYC traffic
jam. The cacophony was deafening.
The drive back to Chengdu was much calmer and without
incident. There were only a few heart stopping moments when our bus driver
would slam on the breaks so hard that it would send everyone’s belongings half
way up the bust. Joel and I both lost our shoes only to be found a couple of
We stayed at the ...
... to walk 10 miles. Catching a single taxi can take about 5 minutes, maybe longer, catching 5 taxis takes eons. Lisa, Mal, Sam and I caught the first taxi and headed to the downtown McDonalds, specifically the Tianfu Square McDonalds. Tianfu Square is the center of the city where the main subway station is that I took pictures of and wrote about previously. Once dropped off by the taxi we hustled in side for some greasy grub, at this point we were starving and were not going to wait ...
... 8211; going back to the centre for a second time, leaving Tim to his own devices for the day. The Internship provides you with a once in a lifetime experience of working as a Panda keeper, which means donning a blue plastic cape, shoe covers and at times a hair net and caring for the Pandas. Naturally my first job of the day was to scoop up Panda Pooh and muck out their pens, clearing up the discarded Bamboo (they are provided with approx 60kg a ...
... We did bear witness to foreign visitors that give China a reason to want to prevent outside influence.) Unfortunately, Donovan tried hackysack with a large firecracker that resulted in a growth on his foot. Other than that, the whole sky is flashes and booms of fireworks, and the whole feeling is amazing.
Now, we're in Chengdu, so far we went to a temple and a teahouse opera. The Wenshu monastery was really cool and we went in time ...