7 Days Inn (Chengdu Xiaotianzhu)
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... pregnant so they are kept away from the public so that they are not stressed, which I think is great. I even get to see little baby pandas which I have to say the really young ones, not so pretty, looks a bit like a rat lol. I definitely prefer them with their black and white fur hehehe. In one of the closed enclosure I get so close to a red panda that if I really wanted I could have stroked his fur but I didn't, I was good, they ...
... How precise the were 3000 years ago would be near impossible for anybody to do by hand today. The pieces look like they were laser cut. This was such a unique museum, and definitely worth the visit!
Well...that wraps up the most exciting day so far. Tomorrow we are off to the oldest irrigation system in China, as well as climbing the mountain on which Taoism was founded.
C & J
... to be passing that way while going to Mt Emei for example - then make a stop there.
The next day I went to Sichuan airline office and changed my flight to a day earlier - this cost me the princely sum of four pounds to make the change - what a difference to home - and this with only one day's notice AND, they laid on free airport transport from my guesthouse - what service.
I flew from Chengdu to Lijiang on 2nd June.
... ourselves, and I chatted mostly with a very nice American girl named Amanda, who was from upstate New York. I told her about my project, and she offered to take me to Tibet street, an area of town where there are mostly Tibetans and Tibetan shops. After the
mini-tour, Amanda accompanied me to several shopping districts in town that I hadn't been to yet. We even got to eat at a McDonalds, which I'd been dying to go to ever since a ...
... safely at home with legit bicycles to mob around on through the SWUFE campus.
PS We rode our bikes to class today and EVERYONE stopped to stare at us. It is quite hilarious, especially since we have seats on the back of the bikes for others to catch a ride on. Often times the person on the back waves to the Chinese students for kicks and giggles. Ever heard the song "Stop and Stare" by OneRepublic? It pretty much describes us riding our bikes in China. ...