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... video from birds eye view showing how dining is here. Watch closely at the beginning (on the bottom of the table) for a prime example. Also spotted a team planting trees by the lotte. Had about 6 people working feverishly, they had serious conviction to getting the job done that's for ...
... some Panda's. Some were sleeping up in the trees and a few were on the ground. The experience was much more than I ever imagined.
When then moved on to Sichuan Silk Museum. There we learned all about the how they basically farm the silk worm and how they turn the cocoon's into silk. We saw some really giant old looms from many years ago and learned about the art of silk making. It was interesting and there were some very ...
... traffic was slow, and the man controlling the traffic lights decided to change every one to red as we approached them. Missing the train by a good ten minutes – sweaty and panting at the station entrance hall – we were relieved to discover that we could exchange our tickets to a train the following evening for the princely sum of ten Yuan (about £1).
Early the next morning, after Afroz and Zara had welcomed us back for an unexpected extra night, we headed for ...
... around lily ponds with tiny little bridges going over them, it was like something you would see in a movie. Classic Chinese!
We loved it and it was our first chance to get some authentic Chinese green tea which has to be said was probably the nicest green tea I’ve ever tasted.
It had been a long day, especially after no sleep for the past two nights so we headed home in order to get up extremely early again for our bus to Songpan.
... karaoke in China is not at all like karaoke in the US (in fact, karaoke in China is much more like original Japanese karaoke). The went along with the idea, and we proceeded to the district. When we got to the area, I located a KTV, which means karaoke anywhere in China, and led the group in that direction. I ordered a room and some drinks for us, and we settled down in the room. Ayako, the Japanese girl in the group, helped me in picking out the ...