Green Land Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... A 2 bedroom unit and similar to a high rise unit on the Gold Coast. Her friend helped to prepare dinner and we were treated to about 8 or 9 different dishes. Neville and I particularly enjoyed the pork and the chicken and potato dishes. The dumplings were also very good. Melinda also gave us a gift box with two sets of chopsticks in it - with pandas on them as Chengdu is the panda capital of China. Thank you so much Melinda, Eric and your friend.
... a few baby pandas, they are tiny when first born and this is due to the gestation period of only about 95 to 160 days. The new borns are kept in incubators, like you would use for a premature baby. I think thÝs Ýs becuase quite often the mother rejects the baby at birth and they are too small to survive on their own.
At the base they also have ...
... painting Dan as a sort of Bewdley version of Karl Pilkington, and that honestly hasn’t been my intention, it’s just that he is! At that point, as I looked over at him, through my tears, I honestly saw him as Karl Pilkington in the next series of ‘Idiot abroad’. “Leave them mate, we’ll take turns with them, come on, let’s at least try this food as it’s probably going to cost an arm and a leg”. So ...
... much longer watching them munch on bamboo and climb trees.
Apart from seeing the panda's Mel and I also tried our first teppanyaki meal, wandered some of the rebuilt old town areas, visited more temples and saw the statue of Chairman Mao in Tianfu Square.
One of Maria's colleagues is from China and had given Maria the contact details of her sister to visit while ...
... complete disrespect for their own nature and persons. I am so happy that we came here and saw what we have seen , but If I ever came back I think I would chose the country side of china. And I would take a course in the language before I came. It is very difficult as we are so used to traveling in south America or Europe just about everyone (at least the younger generation) speaks a little English, here they truly do not speak a word!
I am looking forward to ...