Green Land Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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After Xiahe and the Tibetan village we flew to Chengdu, a city much further south and capital of the Sichuan region. We arrived on a very warm night and we immediately understood we had left behind us the cold, the dust and the dry climate ...
... certain that I'd cycled past my turnoff to ask them where I had to go. As I should have known, they didn't understand me (where was Soon Yeng!?!?) and so I sat there trying to get them to understand that it wasn't a hotel I needed, of which they were convinced and yet as the process drew itself out, became true enough, but I needed to know where the turn off was. Had I cycled past it into the city of Zunyi? I asked them, was this indeed Zunyi? Zunyi was a city I thought would not ...
... found a locally recommended restaurant. Despite a severe language barrier we managed to order food. Some of our orders were a success and some not! Aoife had sweet and sour fish and the whole thing came, head, eyes and all - tempura'd! It tasted gorgeous though! After being served with the usual warm water Peter and I managed to gesture for a beer! Staff once again very friendly and smiley despite the fact neither of us could understand a word of each ...
... was spent back in People's Square chilling out at a teahouse with (Steph's) Jasmine Tea and (Dave's) Golden Lotus Tea. As we were sat there enjoying our tea with the locals playing Chinese Chess and Mah Jong, we noticed various men walking around offering ear cleaning which is apparently quite popular. I (Dave) decided to have a go, it was an interesting feeling and he took about 30 mins after which he proceeded to show everybody the amount he'd managed to retrieve ...
... br> This rsearch base set up in 1987 has bred and raised over 88 giant panda cubs, scoring well over the usual captive survival rate. While so far this has been for the benefit of zoos, the center's main aim is to start returing pandas to the wild. One of the best places to see pandas in China, the center currently displays around 30 red and 83 giant pandas. Mostly inactive, they can be ...