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... there was all sorts of jockeying for position to get the best pictures, and naturally I was right in the mix throwing elbows along with all of the Chinese tourists to make sure we got the best angle, but when that madness was all over it was really nice to sit back and have a few minutes to marvel at the huge carving. Winnie explained to us that it was started around the year 713 by a monk who wanted to have Buddha look over a very dangerous confluence point because a ...
Well today is Kim's favourite day of the trip i think, gitty like a little girl at the zoo... Well, it guess she is a little girl at the zoo today as it is Pandapolosa at the Chengdu Research base of Giant Panda Breeding.
The early morning chill still in the air. We worked our way through the immaculate landscaped research centre, surrounded by numerous bamboo species, trees and shrubs. The enclosures are large and fitting for ...
We woke early and wandered down to breakfast, deciding that today we would just go for a walk around the city. We ordered Tomato omelette and worked out our plan from the very helpful hostel maps they provided. Dan was desperately in need of a new book, he had swapped his 'Jerry takes a pasting' book in Xi’an for a crime thriller (Nicci French I believe) but was hating it, he gave me a quick precy of the plot so far and ...
... pretty quickly and we met up with the group that were already at the Mao Statue.
We then went to Sichuan University campus which is the equivalent to Eton, Oxford or Cambridge in the UK. This did not look like your typical university campus by any means! All the buildings were made up of traditional Chinese Architecture and the gardens surrounding were spotless.
En route to our next stop, our guide stopped off and bought us all a little snack- meat in pitta with loads ...
... off the door from the outside with brute force. My apologies to IBM for the broken bit of the door. And then I also have to wonder, how long would I have gone missing before my dear team noticed I wasn't there?!
We ended the long work session tonight with a stop at Subway for a light dinner. See, we can do a light dinner if we really try. The sandwich menu was essentially the same as in the US, although the potato chips were local ...