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We've been on the train for just over half an hour - only another 18 and a half to go!!! It's going to be a long journey!
This morning was fantastic, not only did we wake up to a rare sunny Chengdu day, but we went to the Panda Research Centre! 85% of the worlds panda population are from this area, its lucky that these highly endangered creatures have the 'cute' factor as the money being spent on ...
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 ...
... pandas. They come right up to her and wrap their legs around her legs. They sit in a shallow pond to eat and then they’re off to play again. The rain becomes a downpour, and we are now soaked to the bone. We take shelter under the entrance to the enclosure, contemplating our next stop.
The rain won’t let up so ...
... my ear) and spicy cuisine. Kung-Pao chicken is a good example. I was brave enough to try various Sichuan dishes and to my surprise they were quite flavorful and tasty. Sichuanese refer to the spiciness as a "numbing flavor." Translation: HOT AS HELL. Strangely enough, I did find the "numbing flavor" quite soothing in a way, though I immediately broke into a sweat and my nose and eyes watered profusely after biting in to a Sichuanese peppercorn. Too much of this might not be ...
... in line for about half and hour we finally got a cab and got to our hotel. I was here, finally, in Chengdu! The cab ride was fun! Seeing how different the city was, night dreaming about how I'll be living here for six months, how the signs were both in Chinese characters and English and/or Pinyin, and how China is developing into a modern city at such a rapid rate!
Chengdu here I come...