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Our visit to Sichuan had two main aims. Firstly to see the most famous inhabitants of the area - the giant pandas. And secondly, to visit the famous national park - Jiuzhaigou.
We got up early on our first morning to visit the pandas. Not wanting to pay the extra money for tour guides and tour buses we opted to find our own way there by public bus. This didn't turn out to be the best decision as we missed the bus ...
... after and their outdoor pens were quite large and seemed stimulating enough for them! The indoor cages weren't as good so hopefully they will improve these but all of the Panda's seemed very happy and at ease! We got up really early at around 6am so we had prime viewing of them as we had heard that they get fed in the morning and its also cooler for them as they don't actually like being too hot! The first set of Panda's that we saw were a mother and her ...
So, I want to dedicate this blog to all the impressions and observations I have made about China so far. Some of them are first impressions and may be completely inaccurate, but it's what I've noticed so far during my time here in Chengdu.
The first thing that you really notice when you sit down at a computer with Internet is how much seems to be open for use, and yet for an outsider completely censored. For ...
... basis so we booked the Panda Day Trip, feeling the Panda Volunteer Week might be a little too challenging (and the thought of cleaning up after pandas at 6am wasn't all that appealing.)
The morning was cool and damp as the hostel's minivan dropped us off at the research centre and there were a small group of us made of up French, English and Chinese visitors. We even had a guide but his job was more to usher us along and yell Chinese and broken English at us when ...
In another area were the matchmakers. These are parents or grandparents looking for prospective partners for their youngsters. There are sheets of paper on the bushes, listing attributes. When we observed that photos weren’t in evidence the guide said it’s less about looks, more about finding a suitable family to marry into.
We got involved in the dancing, by doing our version of a slow foxtrot to their Chinese music. On of our ...