7 Days Inn Chengdu Hongzhaobi
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... a stop earlier and then I go off shortly after. My experience these last 3 days on this all speaking Chinese tour is that kindness can transcend any language barriers and I was lucky to have met such nice people. Once I exited the metro station near my hostel I was lost for about 10 minutes and then figured out where to go. I was relieved to be back in the hostel and greeted by Richard when I came in. He asked me about the tour and I thanked him again for Tuesday morning and gave him ...
... frame, one of you holding the panda, and one of you washing bamboo for the pandas to eat. This experience is worth the total cost of the trip...absolutely amazing!
After eating lunch, we went to the Sichuan Silk Museum and Factory, to learn about the creation of Chinese silk. We were taken through the history of silk making in China, as well as the process of getting from egg to finished silk thread, ...
... the way. I then found a Starbucks next door and had a decent (albeit expensive) Americano - how sad is that - in China!! There are times when I long for a decent cup of coffee. There really is not much to do in Chengdu except for the Pandas. However, did go to a great Vegetarian restaurant there.
So, the next day I had intended to take the bus to Mt Emei - one of China's four sacred Buddhist mountains - stay for 2 nights - go ...
Today was the trip to the Panda Research Base. Soooo excited!
The journey is a short distance from the hotel. Inside the centre I made my way first to see the babies that had been born in August. The sanctuary includes adult pandas and red pandas and Swan Lake that keeps Koi Carp.
Lunchtime it was a bus journey to the train station. From here was a 2h journey to Chonqing.
The station was designed like ...
... thank you and just walked along :)
Riding the bus again, I was very pleased at how well my plan for the day went. I caught public transportation by myself, had a good time at a tourist attraction, and even chatted with the locals. I felt that I had earned my aching feet, legs, and back.
Now, I'm back at my dorm, cooling off and ready for dinner. I'll stop by the Obama store later for some small things, a nice end to the day.