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... a second feeding session in the afternoon. Once again, it was another magical moment and one we will cherish forever. After the volunteering had ended, we headed to the Panda kindergarden where I got the opportunity to be photographed next to a baby panda. The kepper told us to stand outside a room and wait to be called in once the panda was ready. Once inside, I had to wear a robe and gloves to ensure no germs were passed onto the Panda. Whilst getting dressed, all of ...
Today was the day we have all been working so hard to reach. The students who have travelled halfway around the world had the chance to showcase their talents, and Jeremy and i were lucky enough to participate as well.
We started the day out by setting up the room, and having a dress rehearsal. The rehearsal went well. There were lots of last minute fixes happening all over the place. It never fails...you always want one more rehearsal...and ...
... and be on our way. China of course did not agree with this plan. Absolutely crawling with hundreds of tour groups, meaning thousands of tourists, the line just to see the head of the Buddha was almost 2 hours long and wound back and forth along a vast area. It felt as if we were waiting in line for a roller coaster ride in an amusement park. Once we reached the head of the Buddha, we then climbed down a staircase alongside the giant Buddha. ...
Our long train journey ended at around 6pm on Tuesday the 7th.
We took a taxi to our hostel and found that the place was as great as Charles said it would be. It's the biggest hostel I've seen so far and it's very well organized. Because Chengdu is a sort of gateway to Western China, the hostel arranges tours to Tibet and the other ...
... and they were not to bad. It seemed like we ate and ate for a couple hours, munching on thin spicy strips of meat and vegetables. By the end I needed a napkin to wipe the sweat from my brow. The hot pot also did wonders on my sinuses, which have been running ever since arriving in china. After dinner we drove back to our campus in the cold night air. Building illuminated with LED light stood out very brightly in the dark Chengdu night.