Holiday Inn Chengdu Century City- West Tower
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Our young guide, Wing, (he's 28) is a delight. Great English, good sense of fun like many of the Chinese we have met and very open to chat about lots of things. Today we had a long drive to Leshan of about an hour and a half, so we had loads of time to talk. Having studied journalism and international communications, he can't get a suitable job, hence the guiding. He lives in a flat with nine other ...
... the Sanxingdui Museum. The museum is located on the site of an ancient civilization, dating back over 3,000 years. A farmer discovered pits while he was digging in his fields, and since then they have pulled thousands of artifacts from the site, including pottery, jade, bronze, and gold. Many of these items were destroyed, and they have dug through the pieces, finding which ones match, and reconstructed ...
... to be passing that way while going to Mt Emei for example - then make a stop there.
The next day I went to Sichuan airline office and changed my flight to a day earlier - this cost me the princely sum of four pounds to make the change - what a difference to home - and this with only one day's notice AND, they laid on free airport transport from my guesthouse - what service.
I flew from Chengdu to Lijiang on 2nd June.
... I had several days ago with extremely spicy noodles.
After we got back to campus, I prepared to meet Lu Ling for the welcome dinner. Before that, though, I met up with one of the guys that I went to lunch with, a Chinese guy who went by the name Lancelot. He was telling me how he actually attended the music conservatory nearby and that he'd be happy to try and set up and interview with one of the instructors and possibly take me ...
... head on, they go through solid red lights, run stop signs, take turns into on coming traffic and nearly anything you can think of that you are not supposed to do. By time we reached the bike center we would have had easily $20,000 in fines in the USA, our license suspended and at least 2 felonies, but in China the total ride cost about $0.40 and a heart attack. Upon exiting the taxi we were forced to take a few deep breathes and pat ourselves down just ...