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... y a pas vraiment d’explication. Le seul indice qui montre qu’on est dans un élevage c’est le relativement grand nombre de bébé pandas présent. Le tout est quand même un peu décevant. Finalement, le mieux c’est de voir les pandas rouges, petites boules de poils bien sympathique. En plus, dans un des enclos, les visiteurs marchent sur un chemin grillagé et les petits pandas rouges peuvent venir vous voir s’ils en ont envie. On a même pu en toucher ...
... in an apartment the size of our kitchen on the 20th floor in Chengdu with over 15 million people! It’s no wonder the locals refer to the city as "People Mountain".
I don’t know if it’s all the smog or the constant noise here but I have come to realize the less I think about things the more I can see how we get/let ourselves be brainwashed. Nobody likes to know they are being ...
... br> around 8pm we found a really cheap hotel (same price as a hostel but huge room, air-conditionnig and a tv) :)
The next morning we saw the world's biggest Buddha (the reason we came to Leshan), then took a bus to Mt Emei Shan,
then another small bus that was supposed to take us up the mountain.
There we arrived at the middle of the mountain, in the clouds, all alone, it was really scary, ...
... managed to find a tea house next to the temple. Lots of people drinking tea, chatting and playing some game or other. Seems that Chengdu has a lot of tea houses around the place and the thing to do is to just hang out and while away the day.
Took a short break here and ate my dumplings while watching the people below me. Once again wandered around the temple again through a few more buildings before making my way into the park next door which had lots and lots ...
... more like an airport) so we had no idea if the pick-up would get us or how to get to the hostel from where we were. Slowly we headed out of the train station and made a decision to have a wonder round to see if we could find out any directions. Just as we were leaving in the opposite direction a man started running towards us waving a white paper. At first I thought he was shouting to someone else, then when he got closer I realised he was shouting to us – it was our ...