Chengdu Babao Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... list of places I need to come back to! Panda Time Pandas, China's national treasure, are astonishing creatures. Evolved to eat certain species of bamboo and with females having two to seven days of fertility a year, they have certain challenges to survival. On top of this, humans have destroyed some of their natural environments, so there is no wonder that their numbers are very scarce. In fact there are about 1600 pandas left in the world both in the wild and ...
How lucky am I to have two such great friends drop by and visit me while I am in Chengdu. Su and Faiz are in China to go to the Canton Fair. They had a few days in the middle of the show and decided to explore a bit of China. They flew up to Xi'an to see the Warriors and then back down here to meet up with me and visit the pandas. I was trying to work out what time they would be here as they were landing at 9 am, going to their hotel and then would catch a taxi to my hotel. I ...
Second time in Chengdu.And again it was more kind of a stopover.Buying gears for my next destination, relaxing a bit. But this time I decided to actually go and see the big attraction of the city. The Panda Camp.
It is actually a really beautiful park. Really green and well maintained. The smell reminded me of the trek in Laos. That specific smell of a rain-forest. It is huge in surface, with all these animals having plenty of space to ...
... and they said they would let me know by the end of the day. Definately found the tour desk here to be a lot mor professional.
From here caught the bus which I was expecting to take me around the inner ring but it appears that the bus terminates at the train station and yoy need to change buses if you want to keep going round. Ended up wandering around the shops near the station before finding the bus.
Worst thing about buses is knowing the stop to ...
Other than that my life has been setting into routine with school. Hopefully I'll be more exciting as time goes on and I get more comfortable. I'm gradually getting more comfortable ordering food, getting around, etc, but it's still tough (especially with the Sichuanese barrier!). I hope that my classes pick up the pace soon so that I can learn practical things for my everyday life in Chengdu :)