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... list of places I need to come back to! Panda Time Pandas, China's national treasure, are astonishing creatures. Evolved to eat certain species of bamboo and with females having two to seven days of fertility a year, they have certain challenges to survival. On top of this, humans have destroyed some of their natural environments, so there is no wonder that their numbers are very scarce. In fact there are about 1600 pandas left in the world both in the wild and ...
... There were lots of places to eat and drink, some with entertainment and others just tea shops. there were lots of artist's shops selling lots of works that they have created. The cheap shops were the ones right at the end on the outside streets. There were also lots of places that they have set up where you can take photos.The variety of foods available were different from Luoyang and nothing looked really familiar to me. Su was quite taken with the turtle broth that was ...
... As far as the giant pandas, it is not really that they are using it. They are actually extremely lazy guys, moving really little. While I was looking at them eating all their bamboos, rolling from one side to the other, or walking around (just a little) at their strange pace, I came to the idea that this guy was supposed to be extinct. I mean, not only because of the human impact on his habitat. Seriously..a carnivore that eat only veggies, ...
... the driver. Once we think we’re in the right neighborhood, we drive around, circle back and guess. All of a sudden, the hotel is right in front of us, and we quickly tell the driver to pull in. We’ve arrived at last!
Check in goes quickly and soon we’re in our room - with one bed and one sofa. We walk over to the ...
... freeway (mainly on piles and long viaducts), which undoubtedly will remain empty of all traffic because the toll will be too expensive...)
After a week, dozens of rides, 180 refusals (approximation) from drivers and a the last leg between Danba and Chengdu in a bus, we finally arrived in Chengdu, the fourth biggest Chinese city. We would stay there a few days, couchsurfing with Benoit, a French expatriate, before starting another road trip to the mountains of Northern ...