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... kept in separate areas in the Zoo is because they aren't social animals. In the wild they meet up for a short period in the breeding season where pandas in close proximity to one another will gather to mate but after some brief panda lovin' the male leaves the female to raise the cub alone.
Fact of the Day: "The average giant panda eats as much as 9 to 14 kg of bamboo shoots a day. Given this large diet, the giant panda can defecate up to 40 times a day". Those ...
... a full duck with pancakes for 98 yen which we shared, that's about a tenner in our money, so a fiver each for a whole duck, incredible. Moving on we had a wonder around, nothing really struck our fancy and we couldn't find the lucky cat we so desperately craved. So we found a Starbucks, it's literally on every street corner no matter what part of the world you are in. We carried on walking and ended up going down some back streets which we quickly ...
... next to the Forbidden City and saw people enjoying the gardens. Some of them exercising doing Tai-Chi or a more vigorous exercise. Then we came out from the gardens to see a never ending place. It was Tienenmen Square. What a sight! One accesses the square by going underground because the traffic is very heavy. A sight to remember all of your life.
Again our hosts knew where to take us for lunch so we went to the best dumpling house in ...
... Beatles as part of someones birthday. If I'm honest i really enjoyed it. It was so hot inside the building so most of it was spent outside looking in. The band members are all English, they had to wear full Sgt pepper costumes and wigs! They were dripping because if the heat which was funny. Its was a great night and Kim and her friends were dancing up at the front for the most of the set.
Sunday arrived and it was judgment day for me. In my last post ...
... We didn’t spend long there, saving it for another day as it was really smoggy so not great for photos and it was incredibly busy. The best time to go is sunrise & sunset for the flag raising / lowering & the marching of the soldiers, so we’ll go back another time to see that.
Off into the Forbidden City. Called so because it was off limits to commoners for 500 years. Less than half of it is open to visitors and ...
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