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We wake at 5:30a and have bags out at 7 then to breakfast. We leave by 7:30 and are on our way to the Bifengxia Panda reserve. Today is the big day. Joseph and I are getting pictures with the Pandas and Mare is playing with them. We have a 45 min bus ride and then we arrive. We get there early to avoid crowds. We see the infants in incubators being cared for by nurses. We see pandas in their natural ...
first of...on a timer on a boat on a chinese computer....FORGIVE! i am two dazs behind. also y is y!
PANDAS! we wentto the panda encounter and i paid a ton of zan to get this done....hold a panda! we had to get dressed in operatinggear...minus the masks. it was like gettingm zour pic wit santa. line up, sit on the bench next to the panda maio maio, hug her! but dont get in her face or she might bite it off! thez ...
... Great – now I’m older and Sabrina is 2 years older because she was born before the 1996 Chinese New Year. Our 16 year old is now 18!
o People flock to Starbucks, McDonalds, and KFC paying prices almost as much as we do at home.
-It takes ½ hour at minimum wage to buy a coffee at Starbucks in Canada BUT it takes 10 times that in China for the same drink.
o Why do Chinese come to ...
The train journey from Xian to Chengdou was fun. Many Chinese travelers on our coach were interested in talking to us in English so we ended up sitting on one of the bottom bunks with a group of people chatting and trying to learn some Chinese.
A family with a 6-year old son seemed to be especially fond of us and kept on giving us Chinese food and treats, some of them were nice some not so much. Good thing they ...
... with tickets only, the ticket office was a whole other building. Not a far walk – but a deadly one. Not sure why the Chinese council (or whatever the equivalent is) decided to use the tiles they did, but they were so deadly. Si and I were slipping everywhere.. it was ridiculous. Felt like we were skating there. It was so bad that I took my flip flops off and braved bare foot – thought it would actually be safer for me to stand in who knows what than slip and brake ...