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... million people is just a village; it does not qualify to be called a city. But nothing we've seen so far compares with the crush of Beijing! That is a city many times over.
Last night we attended an ancient Chinese dramatic art, a "Changing Faces Opera." Most of our group went, which I think is very good since Chengdu is known for three things: the Changing Faces Opera, brocade, and the Giant Panda ...
... in China, and there was a definite feeling of relief, relief that for one night, things were a little bit simpler, for one night, we were taken out of the incredible, overwhelming, never ending swarm.
The path for the majority of the two days remains high, with the river far below, until the end where you can walk down to the Jinsha River itself, and it's one heck of a climax. Standing on the Middle Tiger Leaping Gorge Rock you learn how it ...
... I thought, ‘we’re in trouble here’. Dan went to the front and ascertained that we were supposed to get off here and await another bus coming the other way as it would be quicker than staying on this bus. We crossed the road, six westerners in the middle of the Sichuan countryside, completely confused and desperately hoping for a Number Eighty Seven bus to hove into view.
A small truck trundled by, we glanced into ...
... It is really hard getting around this city by yourself, but I did manage to take a bus back to my apartment today--all by myself!!! This might not seem like a big deal, but because the bus map is in Chinese along with the announcements for the stops, getting around can be quite difficult. The only way to know when to get off is to look for recognizable landmarks. This can be impossible at times because there are large buildings in every direction. Luckily, I ...
... to move somewhere else to survive, in 1970's over 130 pandas starved to death in the wild because of this.
- Pandas have developed a "thumb" not a real one but a modified wrist bone that enables them to strip the bamboo leaves from their branches
So anyway we spent the morning there wandering round - there was a mum and its baby being all playful in one enclose they were lovely - you have to get there early in the morning as they tend to go indoors when ...