Holiday Inn West Century City
Travel Blogs from Chengdu
... that many more er players than piano players?
Move of these musically themed sculptures. They were impressive in number as well as in size.
No, not a dancing dog, though perhaps it should have been. They can be pretty tough on the children over here when they train them for acrobatics and Chinese dance... so don't complain about them giving a dog a hard time.
... mask changes colour. They do it again, and then back to the original colour, and then completely off, then back on again. It's magnificent. One of them comes down in front of us, as Aaron shakes his hand, the mask changes. It's so fast it's impossible to tell how it's done. The geek in me tries to wrap my brain around it for several hours but I cant quite put all the pieces together. A very short drive back to the hotel and we climb into bed. It's 11:00 and it's been a great ...
... really impatient for the bus. It had been over 25 minutes, and she was losing her cool. I then told her that there are two things that DO NOT exist in China it seems: lines and time tables. If you are standing in "line" anywhere, you must be prepared to defend your place. Also, Chinese people are never on time, and it isn't considered a big deal.
The bus eventually showed up, so we headed back to Chengdu, grabbed some dinner, and then headed to ...
... soon as I can. I stayed on to more time in the park instead of going to the silk museum to have more time with these awesome creatures howeve they seems to conserve their energy and mainly sleep in the afternoon. We even saw some sleeping in the trees which was impressive. Then I got a public but back where I met two other travellers who are braving China on their own. Very brave if you ask me! Since then we've been on the overnight train to Xian. Another 15hr stint ...
... A, proceeds to push the motorcyclist over with his door causing the rider to disembark without removing his hand from the throttle. The rider accidently opens up the throttle causing the bike to rear up on its back wheel like a frightened brumby, before pirouetting and crashing into a heap, dragging the former rider along with it. What followed was much shouting and arm waving as my taxi passed leaving them to continue their dispute in the rear view mirror.
Once in the safety ...
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