Peninsula Hotel Chengdu Zongfu
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... at a later date so they could show us around.
Barbara and I took a 3 wheeler (simular to a tuk-tuk) across the Mill Bridge to the Walmart store in the big shopping centre of Leshan and shopped till we dropped. I even found a pair of bathers which fitted me, and Barbara bought some tea shirts for herself. At the taxi rank, we showed the driver a picture of the place where our campers were and he drove us there for 10 yuan ($2AUS), we made it 20 ...
... only a mere 7 million. Even with the major redevelopment and construction, the city retains a gritty rural china feel.
We stayed at the GreenForest Hostel, and were presently surprised at how nice it was. The staff are great, the food was average and atmosphere was good. We even participated in a Dumpling party where we made our own dumplings, which turned out ok actually.
The city itself has not been our favourite. The air quality is quite poor, ...
... research about plane vs train costs and travel times to Guilin, our next stop. Thirdly was to book our Guilin hostel once we decided on our travel methods (as this would affect our arrival date). We found the washing machine and set out to find the local supermarket (Carrefour, the French one) to buy washing powder or liquid. We found it after a slight detour, and wandered the aisles aimlessly. “You know what I fancy mate?” I asked, ...
... to be found and we had all forgotten to bring instructions how to get back to the hostel in chinese.. But we found him in the end, so no problemas:)
The next morning we met a few other norwegian volonteers, we are 5 in total, and our coordinates took us out on a sightseeing trip to see some of Chengdu. We went to the peoples park where Sam and Eivind got their ears cleaned (!) and lots of chinese people dancing and playing games in the ...
... and tried to make up for the lost time. My cold-ridden body quickly began giving in to the pressures of walking up near endless flights of stairs when I finally reached the 1000m mark and Wannian Temple. I decided to take a break with two British people I had met at the gate to the temple. We talked about the amount of "hello"s we were getting atop the mountain. Since they were only there for the afternoon they began descending after the break and I continued my journey. After ...