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... to see until that moment…the parent run park dating service. As we walked down the path in one area of the park there were all sorts of small signs posted either on little stakes or just lying on the ground, but unfortunately since they were all in Chinese we had no idea really what was going on. We finally reached an area where there wasn’t too much action (there were people sort of milling about all over) and Winnie stopped to read one of the signs to us. ...
... not caged and inside the boardwalk area. There were several others munching on carrots and bamboo, even one who must have witnessed his relative lounging and eating bamboo as we was laid out on his back snacking away.
After stopping at all the habitats and enjoying the panda time. We made our way to swan lake. This natural habitat built to help migrating birds have a rest stop and house koi for people's entertainment is a ...
... the first netbook “Careful mate, do you think that’s wise?” I asked in a concerned manner. Now you need to understand the relationship Dan has had with any form of technology on this trip, basically, he breaks anything he touches. His camera lasted a day, his headphones slightly longer at three days, he sat down to use the hostel desktops in Xi’an and broke all three in five minutes. I’ve taken ...
Traveling day again! We woke up at a decent time and packed our stuff, again amazed at how much we can fit in a backpack. We then went down to the bar for an English style breakfast complete with bacon, eggs, ham and beans. After a quick stop for train food (noodles, buns and fruit) we were off in the taxi to the train station. We had booked ...
... It was one of the first times we had seen anyone but the Chinese since we got to China.
On Saturday we toured a few museums, hit up the largest Pagoda around (it was 7 stories), ate some bomb dumplings and were just enjoying being tourists. It was 75 degrees and SUNNY! There is too much smog in Chengdu to ever see the sun. It was really, really nice; we also saw the moon that night. I think my favorite part of the day was about the 20 minutes ...