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Travel Blogs from Chengdu
... two baby pandas playing with each other. It was funny watching them play fighting and falling over in the process. Watching two teddy bear looking creatures rolling around and performing somersaults was never to be forgotten. It was a shame the day had come to an end - we collected our certificates on the way out and then returned to Chengdu with big smiles.
Coming all the way to China and spending one day with the pandas just wasn't enough. Therefore, the following ...
... today. Very few times have I sweat so much while not at a workout. Although we couldn't find the electronics store, we did find some Chinese underwear. I bought a few pair. When I was standing in line, and a sales girl saw what I had, she said, "These are too small", before taking my mediums out of my hands and grabbing a different size. It wasn't until after I got back to the room that I realized she had not replaced them with a large...she got me a 2XL. I was ...
... really enjoyed it here. Although you can see the smog, I never really felt the air was bad like our first day in Beijing. We checked into the Shangri La Hotel right next to Anshun Bridge and the Funan River. Shangri La is a fancy Chinese hotel chain and it was nice to be back in a luxury room. They upgraded us to a higher floor and we had great views of the city, besides that whole smog thing. We spent the afternoon roaming around Jinli Ancient street. ...
... headed to the right part of the city. Fortunately, Dasha recognized the pedestrian overpass that we took when getting on. We took our chances, hopped off and somehow found ourselves at the gates of the cozy hostel. Good one Dasha!
There was a lovely panda sanctuary just outside Chengdu and it would be a shame to miss it. We signed up for a group trip; there were ten of us, a guide and a driver. We could get there by ourselves but preferred to go on organized trip that time to ...
... Chengdu just to break the journey up. As far as short stops go Chengdu is probably one of the best places we could have picked as it is home to China’s Giant Panda Breeding Research Center and Sanctuary. There used to be a huge population of Giant Pandas in China but due to the destruction of their habitat and hunting they’re numbers are so low that they are now considered critically endangered; there are only 1500 left in the wild and 500 in captivity. The Pandas ...