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... I was given 1A, a window seat. The whole idea was so that I had a window. Well upon getting on, the window was behind the seat and unless you turned completely around, you couldn't see out of it. Forget trying to take pictures. The gentleman behind me was kind enough to switch so I got my window and some great views of the mountains in Alaska.
I've been through the Beijing airport before but I forgot how immense it ...
... and received the smallest pedicab driver. He may have weighed 100 pounds dripping wet. Our team took off and we trailed at least 50 feet behind, as it took our poor guy that long, standing on the peddles, to make any headway.
Our first stop was the "knot tying" demonstration. We went to a lovely woman's home, and sat on stools in her 10-12' living room. In this area, at least 10 families share a common ...
... sequence. Go figure. This panda preserve is totally different from the Gorge we visited yesterday, as this one almost felt like the National Zoo in DC. The pandas are very clean compared to the ones we saw yesterday, and are pretty much the most adorable animal you've ever seen. The first place we visited was where the teenagers hang out. 8 juvenile pandas live together with one mother, and all take their meals together which is usually followed by ...
Next on the agenda was the Silk Embroidery Factory fascinating and admirable. Especially the doule sided needlework where there are different pictures back to back on the same piece of fabric.
Beautiful things and for the first time I indulged myself and bought a piece on needlework - subject- ...
... pushing her way through the bodies to grab her suitcase. I stood back, aghast, and waited patiently (the saint that I am) for my case. Queueing isn't a strong point for the local Chinese people I've met so far but physical assault over something that will eventually return full circle if you miss it was a first.
We hopped on the last two seats on the shuttle bus and drifted past the glowing buildings and neon colours of Chengdu at night. It was stunning at that hour ...