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... Suites. As many of you know, I have been talking about the potential to see a Panda bear for years now and I couldn't believe the time had finally come.
Our first full day in Chengdu was actually spent outside of the city in a town called Ya'an. Here we spent the day as volunteers at the Bifengxia Panda Base, helping out the keepers with various panda related tasks. We left the hotel early (6:30am) and got to the Panda base by 9:00am, luckily avoiding the ...
... people on our tour and spent the day exploring the park with them.
The nature reserve was amazing! Some of the bluest water lakes fed from underground sources. The area used to be covered with glaciers which ground the rocks down into calcium carbonate powder – this is what gives the water the spectacular blue turquoise colour! There were so many multi-layer waterfalls to see as well and the walking platforms had been ...
... on the Subway from my hostel. I said my goodbyes to Charlie, Amanda and Sid. Sid was kind enough to give me some Chinese medicine for my cough, as the cough sweets I had weren't working. They were bitter tasting liquorice pellets, and I had to take a strip of 20 in one go, but he said 3 doses should be enough. I had nothing to lose! I performed my now nightly ritual of tiger balm on the chest, cough sweets, and now the small black liquorice things. I wish I still had some Lemsip ...
... THANKS FOR YOUR TRUST!
Bless him. I replyed with..
Thank you for your email. I thought that there might have been a problem
posting it. Don't worry about the money and please keep the knife. Its a
present from me to you for going out of your way to help me. Thank you.
Your a good person.
Well he might as well enjoy it and he was really nice....Note to self- Don't buy weapons as you cant get them home!
... we watched one lady walk straight from the back of the queue (which had grown to about 500 people by this time) and push her way right to the front and then just stood there looking proud as punch for having made it to the front. Fair play to her, she nearly got trampled on but she stood her ground and was one of the first people on the train! I guess when all else fails just stick your elbows out and keep pushing forward until you can’t go any further. It certainly seems to work in China! ...