InterContinental Century City Hotel Chengdu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After two weeks in China, we have made it out of the city for longer than a day. We have been in bamboo covered, jungle like hills, among old wooden houses with semi circular tiles on their rooves, rising up to points at the edges. We have seen the most enormous sweet corn, loads of beans, lots of rice paddies, also tomatoes and aubergines growing outside, and long trailing squash plants. There are fruit trees we don't recognise, and trained kiwi vines ...
Today we went to the Giant Buddha in Leshan. The bus to Leshan was easy but the small bus from the station to the Buddha was very packed and I struggled to stand up. We walked up to Buddha's head where we had lunch; a bowl of noodles Sichuan style i.e. incredibly hot! We then joined the queue to walk down by the side of the buddha. Foolishly we are here on a Chinese national holiday and the place is literally teaming with Chinese tourists. ...
... a nice courtyard with a stage at one end and tables with people sat drinking tea scattered around it and a balcony above with more people. There was a man on stage holding onto 5 metal hoops, doing that trick where you link them up then magically pull them apart again. Once sat down the girl started talking to us in very broken English, we weren't fully sure what she was trying to explain but she kept repeating 300 yuan and then laughing to herself for not knowing how to say the ...
... They are all looking at me. Why do they keep looking at me? Stop looking at me!!! Then Jessie kindly tells me, "We are here to improve our English. Can you teach us?" What? I am supposed to teach all of the teachers I work with? Talk about pressure. I told them I had no idea I was expected to teach them, so I don't have a lesson plan. Can we all just talk in English for the period and start lessons on Friday? They were fine with this. They told me that although ...
... night before and got to understand a bit more of chinese clubbing culture.
Firstly the night was free last night as they want to integrate us “foreigners” with the chinese nightlife and secondly to help promote the area which is called Lan Kwai Fon, named after the famous “bar street” in Hong Kong, they decided to build a new one in Chengdu and it only opened in December and they most certainly didn’t hold back – in our ...