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... suit and not wanting to be duped by the Chinese a second time I was staying sceptical until the panda rolled over and took a giant panda poo - definitely a real panda. In the end we got to see 5 pandas in 5 separate areas of the Panda Park which was pretty good.
Turns out the poor aul panda is classed as an endangered conservation-reliant species with estimates of the total number of pandas remaining living in the wild at between 1,600 - 3,000 worldwide. The reason ...
... for the life of us we cannot remember what the market was called, I'm gonna call it the Chinese Camden Town. It was like a long street with millions of shops and loads of Chinese tourists, weird I know. I'll explain that later. Anyway walking around got us hungry so we went to a restaurant for some food. We managed to get by here with a bit of English, pointing at the menu and of course knowing the word for beer - Pijiu. We had our priorities sorted there. ...
... a success. The family was courteous and caring feeding us at least 10 dishes and serving a great wine. The trip to the hotel was quick and we all had a room that was upgraded to the honeymoon suite. I laid in my bed covered with red curtains and all kinds of red decorations. Turned on the tv, saw the latest bad news of the world and slept like a baby in my cocoon.
This morning after breakfast we left that hotel and went to visit one of ...
... lad who is head of security for the embassy of Germany. So naturally the topic of German cars came up fairly quick, I'm sorry guys it was that or world war 2. It is really easy to make new friends and make conversation with anybody, it is not like England. The night drew to a close and we bumped into a few of Kim's colleges. Had i bite to eat and went home. I think Rob enjoyed himself on his first night out.
School organized i night out to see ...
... for the Olympics & consists of 8 lines, we’re in a great position as our nearest line is a bit like the Circle & District line, and we’re also on the airport expressway. It’s only 20p per single journey – bargain!! And £2.50 for the airport link. All was very easy, machines in English too as well as the announcements & the station names, 1 change & off we got in Tianamen Square (the world’s largest ...
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