Wangjiang International Hotel
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... didn't book an organized tour but rather figured our way there by public buses (thanks to google maps, a local sim card and Hazel's language skills it wasn't that complicated). The center was an absolute highlight. It was great fun to watch the pandas eating (and man, they eat a lot of bamboo – but then no wonder as apparently bamboo is high in fiber but low in nutrition) and playing around. As you can imagine especially the ...
... hostel was called lazybones and it looked like a chilled out hostel.
1st day we didn't do too much as we where shattered from are train journey. Arrived late afternoon so grabbed food and chilled.
2nd day was an early start. Got up and caught the number 1 bus then a 198 to arrive at the Panda centre. It was 58yuan(£5.80) which was a good price considering some other attractions. Inside was good, seen a few Giant Pandas and ...
The train journey from Xian to Chengdou was fun. Many Chinese travelers on our coach were interested in talking to us in English so we ended up sitting on one of the bottom bunks with a group of people chatting and trying to learn some Chinese.
A family with a 6-year old son seemed to be especially fond of us and kept on giving us Chinese food and treats, some of them were nice some not so much. Good thing they ...
... we were higher than the clouds, the sky was so blue and the sun so bright, it was just breathtaking!
The next morning, we woke up at 5.am and watched the sunset, no need to tell you guys how beautiful it was, we'll just let you see the photos!
Later that day, we took the 2 buses again (4hours in all), heading back to Chendgu, because at 7pm,we had a train to Tibet to catch!
... prepared and had our waterproofs with us. Moving on from there, the next place we stopped we were able to see some cute Red Pandas. If you've never seen one before, they kinda look more like a raccoon than a panda. Still cute though. Our guide didn't speak any English but there was another group with a tour guide there, so we were able to listen to a few facts about the Pandas. Like how there are only 2000 left in the world. 500 in captivity.
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