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... and Chang Kan have exchanged WeChat addresses (almost nobody uses Whatsapp in this half of the world) and we have an invitation to come and eat Peking Duck in Beijing. We want to go to Chong Qing - (in)famous because of BoQi Lai - and decide to make it a late night and take the train this evening. In a fast food with 9 counters - each with it's own food, we eat dinner, until our train leaves at 21:49. By the way, my bottle of sunscreen exploded. ...
... been parts we have really enjoyed and others that have made us grateful for what we have.
Personal Highlights of China
Ollie- Walking along the Great Wall at Mutianyu and taking in the spectacular views, seeing the pandas and just generally walking around taking in the culture & trying out the street food.
Kirsty- Fulfillng my ambition of climbing the Great Wall of China, biking along the city wall in Xian and of course the pandas in ...
... to rescue some wealthy families son. It needed more action but also entertaining. When we got back we ate dinner since we hadn't eaten anything all day.
Thursday woke up early enough to eat breakfast as we were heading to Leshan to see the Giant Buddha. Our walk everyday to the Bus station in Chengdu from our hostel is about an hour one way which we did today and on Wednesday. This bus ride is about the same length as it was gong to Emei. ...
... Un des étudiants s’appelait Zhang Yue et nous a proposé son appartement pendant notre séjour. Les étudiants doivent dormir en dortoirs donc certains étudiants prennent un appartement pour les journées et weekends. Le 1er soir, Zhang Yue et ses amis ont cuisiné un repas délicieux (tout avec un seul wok), avec entre autres de très bonnes ailes de poulet au coca cola (un peu comme du porc au caramel), pas mal pour des étudiants de 20 ans. Zhang Yue ...
Drinking and early starts never mix but in the case of a chance to see the Pandas even a little hangover couldn't stop us (Kate smartly hung back on her Long Island Ice Teas to prevent the oncoming pain I had to put up with).
Roads relatively empty, but for a few tourists in taxis venturing along - the bus with the bouncy suspension took us the short 7 mile trip to North-East Chengdu and the Panda sanctuary. Before I get to the 'awww...but aren't they cute bit' - ...