Ibis Hotel (Chengdu Yongfeng)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I was pleasantly surprised with the boat. It had 4 floors, a bar, a sun deck, even the fancy chandelier like from titanic. Oh the little things.
Sunbathing was great as the motion of the boat created a much needed breeze. We started to head through the Gorges which were pretty magnificent. The first demonstrated muddy, sandy water. As we headed through, the water changed colour to a bright green, and again when changing to the smaller boats the water started to look more ...
... We only figured this out when we asked the people in the hostel to translate, grant threw them in the bin with disgust. We then went to the supermarket next door and I got my phrase book out and pointed to the 'throat' entry, making coughing noises and pointing to my throat. The lady smiled and took me straight to the vacuum packed chicken throats one isle away, only in China! We then did some more sore throat acting with coughing and acting out eating a little lozenge tablet, ...
... I told him that I don't have an accent, but he insists that I do. This discussion was brought up during my teacher training class. It says on my schedule "Teacher Training: 9 am." I thought this was some kind of training for all of the teachers because no one said anything to me about teaching adults. In this class, I am expected to teach all of the 8th grade and primary school teachers. I didn't know this, though, so I got to the office and sat down with the ...
Day 1 - Transit, Tianfu Square, Mao Statue
Spent the morning sitting on a train and not doing much.
Arrived in Chengdu East train station around 2pm. Looks like a brand new station so am guessing it hasnt been here long. Saw a metro sign and had been hoping I could catch the subway into town but unfortunatley it was all still under construction.Wasn't sure how to get to the hostel from here, nothing in guide book, so decided to catch a cab. Only $5 but ...
... cool over the next couple of days (and weeks). It’s not long before we see New Zealand Tom and Sonia again (these guys are fun), and the five of us start talking about what to do over the next few days. Tom and Sonia had already decided they wanted to go mountain trekking up Emei Shan (nearby) and see the Grand Buddha on their way. Monica intended to join them. Travis had to stick to a time for leaving Chengdu (only had 30 days in China and ...