Ibis Hotel (Chengdu Yongfeng)
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hotel, Matt with his clumsy sausagey fingers managed to point to the wrong dishes resulting in us receiving a dish helpfully translated as 'slag slag surface' and when it turned up consisting of some spicy dish water with large pieces of what were either seaweedy mushrooms or some kind of pigs ear.
In the evening we had read about a studenty bar street area so after a scenic walk along the river side, sampled a few of the night spots. A large proportion of ...
... for. Towards the end of the meal, you become slightly immune to the spice anyway and I did genuinely enjoy the food. Any remnants of my cold/avian influenza had certainly gone and now lied in the bin with the 20 or so tissues that were necessary to survive the experience!
The next morning, we decided to visit the Dujiangyan Irrigation Project. This would probably be boring to most people but I wanted ...
... pleasantly surprised by what we saw! Could Chengdu actually have something nice in it?!? Jinli street is a lovely long maze of restaurants and shops that actually sell nice memorabilia. Food stalls prepared nommy looking food on the street side and shop keepers showed off their goods as you walked by, none if it felt like the harassment style of selling we experienced at the pearl market in Beijing or at the Great Wall which was great! After ...
... each and every student. I was too busy blowing my nose to pay too much attention. I then spend the rest of the day struggling through my classes. I taught 1 primary school class today. The students are 10 years old and simply adorable. Maybe I should be teaching primary school? I really like high school students, but middle school kids, no matter what country, are not for me. That is definitely the worst age. I end my day teaching the most adorable kids in China ...
... nervous. He was breathing deeply and looked distressed. They put a bag over his head and then pretended to throw knives at the board, when actually they merely stabbed them into the board. It was really funny to watch!
There was then a nice musical performance with an instrument I am unfamiliar with. It was sort of like a cello and a harp.
They closed with the famous mask dancers. ...