Holiday Inn Chengdu Century City- West Tower
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... hawking noises followed by forceful spitting that people make. Okay enough complaining I must remind myself I am on an awesome adventure! Here are all the stops we made along the way: 1. Jewelry shop with crystal, necklaces, pearls, etc. It wasn't too exciting excepted they had some very beautiful sculptures of the Goddess of Mercy, which happens to be the statue that most of the people in my family pray to. So I could at least enjoy the comfort and calm peacefulness of her face ...
... that went into them is astonishing and the fact that they look so alien gives them an air of mystery. The fact that this advanced culture, one that could cut fragile jade when there wasn't the modern technology to do so, just disappeared one day is just mind boggling! Now there are theories as to what happened but no one knows for sure. It makes it just so amazing.
Anyways there my update! Having an amazing time and can't wait for the adventures to ...
... the ferry boats to get the best instead of climbing the 400+ steps to the viewing platform. This was followed by a visit to an 'old village' showing how life used to be but it owed more to Disney than an authentic village.
Next day best highlight to date (for some!), panda reserve and research centre. Really well done, closer to pandas than we expected, and going early avoided the worst of the ...
... panda awaking (we were the only people there), followed by some stretching, a few glances at us (likely thanking us for the early wake up call), after which he climbed a bamboo platform, sat down, and scratched his stomach as he yawned. Classic!
Highlights of the park included feeding time (lonely planet was not lying!), and we had 4-5 panda’s about 15-20 feet in front of us chomping down. The panda’s were indeed ...
... out of the sun. The both eventually came back out later, and I caught one bathing itself. Next, there was the giraffe house, my favorite part, as giraffes are my favorite zoo animals! Here, a group of students asked to take pictures with me, and I chatted with them for a while, explaining my purpose here. One of the students was Japanese, while the other two were Chinese. Interestingly enough, one of the Chinese students was of the Miao minority, one of ...