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The travel in a nutshell: 12 planes 4 trains 3 cars 2 buses 1 van In all, I had over 145 hours, or more than SIX DAYS, in travel between 15 different cities (including Chattanooga and flight layover cities)!!! The travel this summer made possible by a grant Fund for Teachers and PEF Chattanooga was extensive and many things did not go as planned, but the experience was incredible and full of learning that has affected my thinking and has prompted me to begin considering how ...
... with a language barrier.
We then had yet another amazing lunch with the LARGEST lazy Susan I have ever seen. After which, we headed to the airport to fly to Chengdu, our next stop. The airport security was wild. Shoes stayed on, but every charger, cable, hair straightener, umbrella and wallet had to be rescreened. The pat down was so intimate, she should have bought me dinner afterword. The inflight food was ...
... we were at the Panda Base, we also watched a film on the work they've done on panda reproduction, as well as visited a museum that documents the work they've done there. Chengdu is kind of in the middle of China, and not very easy to get to, but if you ever find yourself visiting one of the bigger cities on the coast, Chengdu is well worth the trip.
After lunch Amy took us to the People's Park. Between the hours of 2 and 5pm, many of the local retirees go ...
... with the great men but in the end patience paid off. The white, red and black granite cravings are modern but well done.
Liu Bei's Mausoleum is beautifully designed, the red wall curves through the gardens.
Then it is off to practice with the chopsticks and on to the airport for the flight to Guilin.
... t make it back on board, but he did warn them to be on time. The driver was like "Skadoosh!" and headed back to the hostels.
We had time to kill before heading to the train station for Xi'an, so we decided to go to the ancient street of Jin Li, where a market is held everyday. This place had plenty of souvenirs, but most importantly it had plenty of food to choose from! We didn't feel adventurous today and we avoided ...