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I took a good deal of video on the bike today, Will process some more of it but did manage to get a good traffic shot for a couple minutes. I will look through the other video files. And my hope is later this week is to record my ride to work to give a real feel for some of the excitement that occurs there.
As work focus starts to shift to finishing up whatever I can one ...
Ahhhh!!!! Our day to be divas finally arrived! We're got our pictures taken today!!! There are some CRAZY shots coming out of this afternoon!
Before I get there, let me start at the beginning of the day. We had breakfast in the room before heading to Mandarin class. Calligraphy class today included taking the panda learned previously and placing it in it's habitat of a bamboo forrest. The bamboo ...
... with no doors. This cost 10 yuan!! I managed to get to the back but had to walk past everyone, gross (it got worse, more later!)
The journey took about 12 hours, but it went pretty quickly because the scenary was beautiful - mountains and a river. We had a nother stop at a Tibetan style grassland, with loads of yaks on. We were at a really high altitude - 4000m + - so we both felt a bit lightheaded but the views were lovely. Here comes the ...
Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan province in Southwest China. The urban area houses 14,047,625 inhabitants (2010 census: 7,123,697) within the municipality's nine districts and 6,730,749 in the surrounding region.
Chengdu is one of the most important economic, transportation, and communication centers in Western China. According to the 2007 Public Appraisal for Best ...
Our last full day in China started at 06:30 at the President 3 cruise ship, still one hour away from Chongqing. Fog and low water forced the ship to stop earlier. As most other days on the Yangtze river fog made the view(and photo's) hazy. But from our President's suite we could still see the enormous number of bridges, and new bridges and road constructions going up on both shores.
Then out of the haze a black ...