Holiday Inn Chengdu Century City-East Tower
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... to ensure that we experienced a visit with them while they were active. Pandas eat their breakfast quite early and sleep for the majority of the day. I was grateful to Ricky for ensuring that we saw the pandas in action and not sleeping. How boring and disappointing would that have been?
We arrived at the base. I was so excited to see the pandas for the first time in their homeland. Make sure when you go there that you wear comfortable shoes as there ...
... is literally just filled with huge shopping centres and row upon row of designer shops so it does seem that there may be a lot of money in some Chinese pockets. Then you get a bleak reminder that poverty is still very much there when you walk past people begging for money. We saw one young man with missing arms and another that was bent over double due to some kind of spinal condition as far as we could see. It really ...
... the hub of a lot of activity. The citizenry take the "people" designation to heart and use the free open space to play sports, practice tai chi, play board games etc. Orchestral groups both practice and perform, their microphones competing with each other for sound space. Multi-generational groups try to perfect their dance steps or swing away in abandon. These open spaces are really put to good use.
In the evening we also ...
... arrow next to it. Third Floor!? Are you ****in’ kidding me! I wobble toward the stairs. My urgency would have me sprint three stairs at a time; my clenched caution allowed only right foot up, left foot follows, right foot up, left foot follows. I just had hip replacement surgery if anyone asks.
I find the top of the stairs and follow the arrows to freedom; from my face to my feet, my entire body is flexed in ...
... Apparently they often don't have much of a maternal instinct when their first baby is born. I'm quite suprised that they have not become extinct yet, with the lack of maternal instinct and their choice of food which is plentiful (if humans aren't cutting down your forests) but not very nutritious.
The rest of our time in Chengu was pretty relaxed. Pete got his ears cleaned by a man with scary looking implements and we had some nice tea and nice western food with ...