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We started the morning by watching a group of people in the park doing their morning routine of dancing (with swords).
Then into the Mayors office to exchange gifts and discussions about our visit (very young Mayor) - Mayor Du. They were very sincere in their desire to build our relationships.
The Vice Mayor - Mr Chen Shanbin accompanied us for the day which was really lovely and included a visit to the Chengdu Petrochemical Academy, where we gave ...
Apartment - $22 a night for a 2 bedroom apartment with WIFI! Nice one!
Meals: $2 - $5
Water: $0.80 for 1.5 litres
Alcohol: $2 for a beer
Transport: Half hour taxi ride - $5
Average Daily Spend per person: $100
Transport there for both of us: $480 flight from Beijing
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $1,600
... stairway to take some pics from the base of the statue. The problem was that this was Saturday, and the place was rammed with visitors. Sid and I really wanted to join the queue anyway, but Charlie and Amanda decided they would just walk around the rest of the site. Sid and I joined the queue and immediately regretted it. The start of the queue was like something at Alton Towers, with zig-zagging railings going back and forth. It was slow going and incredibly humid. I had tied one of ...
... two monkeys jumped down from the trees and ripped open her backpack. Two friends had to use sticks to beat the monkeys off. I felt badly for the girl because she still looked shaken up, but Sam and I were glad we'd had a relatively easier time.
We took two busses and a taxi back to our hostel and have been relaxing for the afternoon. Tomorrow, we're moving onto Northern Sichuan, but we're not sure whether we'll go to Jiuzhaigou or Songpan. ...
... the Giant and Lesser Pandas is that they are really good climbers. Despite their heavy frame the Giant Pandas are very strong and agile when they choose to be which allows them to climb quite well. As for the Lesser Panda, they sprint up trees like squirrels. We were lucky enough to have one the Lesser Pandas show off their climbing skills for us.
The Panda Reserve has done a fantastic job at breeding and caring for the Pandas. Despite being ...