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... com/dashboard/entr y/1/1436542402/new#the rest of the day. I also found out that red pandas were actually discovered and named ‘panda’ first, then when Giant Pandas were discovered, ‘panda’ became ‘red panda’. I’d always assumed giant pandas were named first, since they’re the most famous!
I had been told that the Panda base was just like seeing them in the wild, so I assumed it would just be a big ...
... these in the boiling pot of chili and peppercorns in the middle of the table before, for some reason, putting them in your mouth. I am not exaggerating when I say that I couldn't feel my tongue or lips for the entire evening. I could tell that there was nice tasting food there somewhere but it was all overpowered by the spice! Fortunately on the train earlier, Kate had told them that she preferred it mild. To ...
... shopping centre and go do some sight seeing. We walked down to Tianfu Square which is overlooked by a giant Chairman Mao statue, which was fairly impressive though I have to say I was expecting bigger! The square itself was quite nice with a series of water fountains and flowers. Next on the agenda was Jinli street, we took the bus there for 20p (air conditioned buses are 20p to anywhere, ones without are 10p, so much cheaper than England!) and ...
... the bus. It is really scary biking around here because bikes and pedestrians are definitely not first. Cars are first, and you better get out of the way...or else!! I don't want to take the bus because I absolutely hate buses, so I am going to keep riding my bike. Maybe this will turn me into a biker after all.
I am really struggling at work. Every day gets worse because I dread it more and more. Only two more days and then some fun!!! ...
... to use as dips. Next to the cheapest best massage I've gotten, 40 or maybe it was 50 minutes for 30 kuai, amazingly relaxing, such a pleasant way to end the day. I tried to understand what the people were saying around me in the massage pallor, but it seems most people around this area speak Sichuan hua (means "dialect" but like many 'huas' it's almost like a different language) and not mandarin usually so I can hardly understand peoples' chinese around these ...