Holiday Inn Chengdu Century City- West Tower
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... s sons, which despite being entirely in a combination of mandarin and Tibetan, as well as mostly completed by candle light (a hazardous environment in which to handle meat cleavers the size of your forearm) was a tasty experience. We learned that everything tastes delicious with copious salt and oil, and that we can't make Tibetan dumplings - much to the satisfaction of the nimble fingered dough chef who laughed at our attempts before remoulding them for us. All in all ...
How lucky am I to have two such great friends drop by and visit me while I am in Chengdu. Su and Faiz are in China to go to the Canton Fair. They had a few days in the middle of the show and decided to explore a bit of China. They flew up to Xi'an to see the Warriors and then back down here to meet up with me and visit the pandas. I was trying to work out what time they would be here as they were landing at 9 am, going to their hotel and then would catch a taxi to my hotel. I ...
Yesterday & today we spent relaxing & researching the next part of the trip. We planned to go to the mountain towns in Yunnan province, & hike the Tiger Leaping Gorge. But what was the best (money & time) way to plan it? Are any towns worth skipping? Should we just leave China & move on with the next part of the trip? We went back & forth, consulting with the girl who acted as the hostel travel planner. Finally we decided to go for it, we're going to Lijiang, hiking Tiger ...
... was a very rough flight, seat belts required the whole trip with a bouncy landing, about to head to new Hotel until Brian discovered he left his iPad on the plane! Finally made it to the hotel at 10:30pm and write this short blog. Tomorrow is going to be one of the biggest highlights of the trip just hope the weather is not ******* down like it is ...
... average speed 15 km/h.
In this conditions, we quickly got bored of the buses. And because travels take more time than usual, bus drivers found it was fair to raise the prices... In order keep our budget, and add more fun and impertinence in our travel, we decided to try our luck at hitch-hiking. The Chinese have a strange relation with money, unlike Western people who consider some things don't have any price (like helping others) and that certain things cannot be bought ...