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... advertised several tours - hmmm, maybe next time). After the museum we headed to Wide Street and Narrow Street. Two streets in an area that has been recently rebuilt to look like old Chengdu, mostly for tourists. There were lots of little shops selling souvenirs, restaurants and bars. We enjoyed some beers (happy hour special: buy 2 get a 3rd free as well as a bowl of peanuts, happy days) sitting outside watching people go by, many of whom liked to have a good look ...
... garde look with half my face normal Chris, the other half done up like a traditional Sichuan opera performer. The craziest part was having half my face completely shaved for a couple hours, while the other half still had my beard. I'm not sure that this look was exactly what I had envisioned in my head, but the end outcome was absolutely insane. I can't wait to see the final pictures. My final look was ...
... as we wanted to dislike this circus of consumption and tacky tourism, we could not help but enjoy the spectacle.
Passing through Renmin Park, a small, leafy park close to the central square, we watched the usual array of elderly ladies dancing in jogging bottoms, and a small group of people practising Tai Chi in a little corner. Watching the latter, it was hard not to unconsciously join in with the flow of the movements, and I found myself having to snap out of this ...
... smuggle one home... but I'm fairly certain that I would have to call home and ask for help being bailed out of jail if I were to attempt that... oh well... looks like I'll have to settle for stuffed pandas and photographs to keep me warm at night.
It should be said though, despite Bernadette's insistence that she has found better tea else where for less kuai, I can't complain. It's still fresher than what I can find back ...
... where we had something to drink and we ate some fruits, From there we saw many Chinese soaked in sweat from the hundreds of steps returning from the Ghost City.
We did the Three Gorges valley going up 192 kilometers from Yichang city in Hubei province to Chongqing city in Sichuan Province.