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... and a sense of humour to match, I am sure we will have a good time with him. We were impressed with our first impressions of Chengdu and look forward to the next couple of days. Completely different to Lhasa, we are glad to be at lower altitude as even when acclimatised it is hard work, but we bring away very many memories and unprocessed impressions from Lhasa which may have a longer lasting impact and which we will contemplate when we have more ...
... the "sidewalk" that are ridged to allow blind people to walk on them and not walk into the road.
19. Scooter parking in blind path. The blind path is great, until you come across 15 scooters parked in in. Scooter dominoes anyone?
20. The most important purchase you can make is a quality fan. Seriously. It's hot. A cheap one just won't do.
There's the first 20. Look for 21-40 over the next few days.
C & J
... the board. REALLY? they gave me that, and i don't mean to be a spoiled teacher but every classroom in that school has 4 blackboards, except that one, and they chose that one! for that class! I mean had it been the other class they would have been able to remember the words and it wouldn't have been as much of a problem.
Oh well, the parents most likely didn't understand a word of the class so they might have thought i was doing an excellent ...
... isn’t filled with the historical buildings that Beijing, Xi’an or Shanghai. Its big draws are the amazing & spicy Sichuan food, pandas, and the various day trips or national parks in the province.
Anyway, we walked to the main square, where a massive statue of Mao continues to look down upon the people of this city (a fairly modern-looking city I might add). We grabbed some coffees and ended up in the ‘People’s ...
... they were all in Chinese characters, and only the two of us could really understand them.
We passed many hours singing a whole host of old and new American pop songs ranging from “Firework” by Katie Perry to “M-Bop” by Hanson. Everyone sang at least two songs, while we all danced, laughed, and sung along. Before we knew it, it was 1:00 AM, and the group had to get up early for a long day the next day. So we sang one last ...