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Chengdu is China's green city, with lots of green initiatives and awards as the article on the plane stated. In the interesting English translation of the article Chengdu has achieved what other Chinese cities have not. A "balance between economy and survivability". It could be that "survivability" is better translated as "livability" but, as we can no longer see the sky, survivability works for me. I know the Chinese word for "green" and it rhymes ...
... completely ripped out and riddled with holes. When it rained it was like biking through the trenches at the Somme. Anyways I digress.
The scenery got progressively more and more pretty as we climbed until the point of descent I mentioned about, into the town of Kaili. We had about 2 hundred more km to our point of divergence, the city of Guiyang. We biked a couple odious days down a ****** road which snaked through the hilly lowlands, alongside the express way ...
... at a new place. A cute lizard sat on the ceiling of the girl's room and scuttled into its hole.
Then it was a bit of a reality check. We needed to pay the tour company who had booked all our accommodation in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam and provided guides and land transfers. I thought I was ahead of the game by informing our bank of our trip incase any security issues would arise from an overseas transaction....well I needn't have ...
... as we landed at Chengdu’s Shuangliu International Airport. Clearing immigration was hassle-free and we faced our first problem – how to get to the hotel we had booked. I had failed to notify the hotel in time to request for the free shuttle service and it was now half an hour to midnight.
That was when we were introduced to some of the most helpful people we had ever met in China. First, ...
... well and he seemed so at ease and happy. But not as happy as I was!! I was on such a high I was shaking!! haha Afterwards I handed back my costumed and went outside to find Ken. He said I was grinning from ear to ear and could not stop talking about it!! We explored the Panda base for a little longer before heading back into the city to Tinfu square for lunch and some more exploring. We then decided to head back to our hotel for ...