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... we continued walking through the grounds to have a look at the other species of panda housed here- The elusive Red Panda. The red panda is much smaller in size and resembles a raccoon in appearance with its striped long tail. These pandas eat more than a diet of bamboo and aren't as friendly as the giant pandas. When you are there, do visit these animals as they are fascinating to see in the their large vast sanctuary.
Not many tours nowadays to ...
... n’en soyons pas (encore ?) la !
Chengdu is the first big Chinese city that we visit, and it’s at once thrilling and a bit chaotic as we try to find our way around using the metro system, buses and taxis. It’s strange: on one hand, there are English and Pingying signs in various places, and the metro lines are very simple to understand, but on the other hand, the indications are extremely inconsistent and ...
... next day. I also help the kids do puzzles and practice balancing walking and stretching. Overall it is super fun!!
When there are no patients in the room the atmosphere is light and happy, but I sense a distinct difference in the mood the second a patient enters the room needing acupuncture or to do stretching exercises.
Maybe it is the way the kids (sometimes only weeks old) are half carried half dragged into the ...
... br> Then it happened. Oh FU—
I zipped up my pants, buckled my belt and walked away peacefully with no traces of internal dynamite. After seeing the destruction that lay waiting in that unsuspecting last stall, my body went super-human and I could actually hear the sound of the southbound freight train inside me come to a screeching halt. In the most literal sense of the phrase, I was completely and totally scared shitless. ...
... just* before the lunch rush, I'm guessing). There was a noisy guy with a mitful of cash taking the orders and shouting them to the bustling kitchen in the back. We ordered two things (both from a convenient card he had in his pocket that translated simple words like noodles and rice into english), and he screamed the order into the kitchen. What arrived in a minute or two (fast food, holy ****), was a bowl of steaming spicy beef noodles ...