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... getting more cannisters. They didn't have any luck but Andy got on his phone and found some for us in his hometown and our next stop, Chengdu. We shared a carton with the Kelly's so we now have plenty.
We have been dealing with both Abby and Melinda at NAVO Tours while organising our trip. As Abby was away for the weekend Melinda kindly invited us to her home and cooked dinner for us. She lives with her husband Eric in a typical high ...
... and offering it to the other to hit him over the head with. Strange way to win a fight.
We woke up on our first experience of the sleeper train and it was a good nights sleep despite being on a rickety train. At 7am the lights came on so thank god for ...
... We crawled along for another half an hour or so, finally arriving at the accident site. ‘Ouch’ is all I can say. An articulated lorry had crashed through the barriers and into a field off the right hand side of the motorway; the drivers cab had been completely crushed. Dan and I looked at each other and immediately knew the driver hadn’t made it.
We arrived into Leshan at five o’clock, figuring that we could have an hour or so ...
... We got up early this morning as we had booked the Panda tour with the hostel - we were going to visit the panda breeding center but we both wished we could have afforded to do the volunteering trip, but it was far too expensive for our budget! We jumped in a little clapped out van and met a few other tours in the car park meaning there were about 30 westerners all walking around the Panda Park together - imagine all the stares from the locals!!!
The Panda Park itself was ...
... complete disrespect for their own nature and persons. I am so happy that we came here and saw what we have seen , but If I ever came back I think I would chose the country side of china. And I would take a course in the language before I came. It is very difficult as we are so used to traveling in south America or Europe just about everyone (at least the younger generation) speaks a little English, here they truly do not speak a word!
I am looking forward to ...