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... there was all sorts of jockeying for position to get the best pictures, and naturally I was right in the mix throwing elbows along with all of the Chinese tourists to make sure we got the best angle, but when that madness was all over it was really nice to sit back and have a few minutes to marvel at the huge carving. Winnie explained to us that it was started around the year 713 by a monk who wanted to have Buddha look over a very dangerous confluence point because a ...
... location). Chengdu is a large city, it's quite spread out as the main roads, streets and pavements are very wide, a bit like New York. We could not use the underground to get places as all the stops, signs and lines were in symbols, we used a city map to navigate ourselves around using the roads as names of streets were in symbols too. Taxi's here are cheap, we always ask for the meter, it starts at 8¥ for the first 2km. On our first day we got a taxi to the ...
My alarm went off at six thirty am, I rolled over and switched it off, Dan hadn't moved. I listened and then I heard the rain, torrential, teeming rain hitting the windows and roofs above. "You awake?" “Yeah”, “can you hear that rain?” “Yup”, “What do reckon about the pandas?” “F*ck em, I’m not going in the rain”, and I hate to say, but I tended to agree with him. There was one little problem ...
... really would have felt like home.
In the evening we sat in the common area which was very relaxed and as we first felt, had a really good vibe about it. We both got chatting to a few people from Bristol, Croydon, and also an American guy who works out in China- that is something we have come across a lot. We were invited out for the evening but we declined and had a chilled one at the hostel before retiring to bed early after another long day of traveling.
... the ladies restroom at IBM, when the latch on the door got hopelessly stuck. Someone finally heard all the rattling and came to my rescue, but didn't have proper tools to get me out, so they sent for the maintenance staff... so picture me inside the stall asking repeatedly "do you have a screwdriver? a tool?" because I could have unscrewed the latch and escaped, and the kind people on the other side of the door not understanding, and so they finally banged ...