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... on whether you will see the pandas, as once they had fed themselves they would usually go and rest undercover. We had read that the best viewing time was early morning or late afternoon, when feeding time took place. With an early alarm wake up and our eyes half shut, we set off on the bus. With the exception of missing our first stop, the journey went smoothly. The sanctuary is set within a large wooded area and there are several ...
... difficult. Getting the thickness of the lines proved to be a challenge. By the end of class, we both has a painting to be proud of. Not quite sure where those are going to go. Maybe it's time somebody buys me a house!
After lunch, we had one hour of rehearsal with the kids before leaving for our shoots. Jeremy worked with the trumpet player again, while I tackled a saxophone quartet. The ...
... Inside, the temple was busy with visitors eagerly lighting huge sticks of incense and planting them into a trough in front of the main temple building. The thick smoke engulfed all who strayed too close, and despite the number of people milling around within the temple, there was a quiet serenity that appealed to our tired brains and bodies.
We spent some time gently wandering through the temple complex and its grounds – admiring the elegantly curved roof with its ...
... in person as you expect them to be, if not cuter! I have a feeling that I will be going out there again before my stay is up.The older ones just relax and eat bamboo, but the younger ones like to climb, play, eat and knock one another over. The red pandas look a bit like red raccoon but are still cute and terribly crafty climbers. I wish that I had taken more photos, but I was the lucky person who's fresh battery chose to ...
... where we had something to drink and we ate some fruits, From there we saw many Chinese soaked in sweat from the hundreds of steps returning from the Ghost City.
We did the Three Gorges valley going up 192 kilometers from Yichang city in Hubei province to Chongqing city in Sichuan Province.