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... the area, especially because there is much dancing there, and nature is beautiful. This reminds me: there is a popular flower here, called GeShan. This is also the name of our driver. (And the girl in the airplane shows me pictures of GeShan in Ling Zhi). When we are dropped at the airport, Chenchen takes a wrinkled plastic bag from her pocket: GeShan seed from the flowers in her own backyard. I think Sisi has made a friend. When we land in ...
... extinct. It was definitely worth coming to Chengdu for this experience and, I was glad that we got the chance to visit and see them in much better surroundings than just in a tiny enclosure at the zoo. (Click on the video link at the top of the entry to see a video of the pandas in action.)
We were now looking forward to reaching Hong Kong and warmer climes after the cold of China. For us, China has been an interesting experience and a real eye opener. ...
... of the mountain. It was still really neat and felt like we were in a rainforest. Our buses there and back both had movies playing. One was a love story about two friends growing up from different upbringings. One rich and one not. The story ended with them getting over their difference to be together. It was cheesy but entertaining. Especially because we had no idea what they were saying. The movie back was a police movie where different police forces ...
Chengdu est la capitale de la province du Sichuan et l'aire urbaine a une population de 9 millions d’habitants. Malgré sa taille, la ville a la réputation d’être tranquille et une des plus agréables de Chine. On n’était qu’à 30 minutes en bus suivi de 2 heures en train, mais on n’a eu que des places debout et le train était bondé. On a discuté avec des étudiants pour passer le temps. Ils revenaient d’une semaine dans le Yunnan.
... we decide to eat in the hotel. The penne pasta with marinara sauce is quite good. The captain and the other first officer I flew in with are leaving this evening for Shanghai. I go back to my room for more reading. By now I have finished "The First Clash" and have started "Full Dark House" a mystery novel by Christopher Fowler that Ruth had finished just before I left on this trip. I try to get some more sleep.