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... tears the whole time. It was just amazing....an opportunity of a lifetime. A handler stands off to the side and keeps handing him a piece of bamboo that has a little honey on it, that he licks off. He was so relaxed he just sat there enjoying his treat. I buried my face in his head and kissed him! You only get about a minute, and it is time for the next person. But it was a magical minute! His little fur was course yet soft...he ...
... elephants (very rare, so very revered) supporting globes, and what country should be facing the front but “the land down under."
It was once again time to bid farewell to another fantastic guide, who continually put herself out to ensure everyone in the group was able to see and do as much as possible, making the days very long for Ella. Flying out of Chendgu, we once again saw a huge ...
... 8211; but hilariously distasteful – translation of 'disability', we made our excuses and walked on, stifling amazed giggles at this terrible miscommunication.
It was our last day in Chengdu, and we hurried back to Afroz and Zara's flat to collect our belongings. Our train south to Xicheng was leaving soon, and – realising the time – we jumped into a taxi and shakily requested 'qing hun kouai' (very fast please). But luck was not on our side: the ...
... around lily ponds with tiny little bridges going over them, it was like something you would see in a movie. Classic Chinese!
We loved it and it was our first chance to get some authentic Chinese green tea which has to be said was probably the nicest green tea I’ve ever tasted.
It had been a long day, especially after no sleep for the past two nights so we headed home in order to get up extremely early again for our bus to Songpan.
... karaoke in China is not at all like karaoke in the US (in fact, karaoke in China is much more like original Japanese karaoke). The went along with the idea, and we proceeded to the district. When we got to the area, I located a KTV, which means karaoke anywhere in China, and led the group in that direction. I ordered a room and some drinks for us, and we settled down in the room. Ayako, the Japanese girl in the group, helped me in picking out the ...
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