Jinyu Sunshine Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... the Big Buddha itself we had a look around the ad-joint Buddha Park which featured a wide range of different Buddhas including one giant sleeping Buddha. We thought it was quite a good collection and enjoyed strolling around the different statues.
Unfortunately, due to recent heavy rain and high water levels, we could only see the Big Buddha from top (i.e. see his big head from close) as the narrow walk way down to ...
... outside for a smoke. We figured this was a bad sign. After walking down the road for half an hour, with parked vehicles and people lounging at the side of the road as far as the eye could see, we figured we'd be there for a while. 7 hours later, we were still sitting there. Our driver finally got sick of waiting and turned the bus around, eventually turning onto a steep, narrow ...
Lonely Planet describes the capital of Sichuan "as grey, lacking any noticeable attractions, bad weather and awful traffic. And yet, everyone is left satisfied." Turned out to be precisely what we have experienced. On arrival, our taxi driver charged us just over a dollar for the ride, refused our tip and the accommodation combined the ambiance of a cool hostel with privacy of a hotel. Sasha and Dasha did not sleep well for the last three nights (train – hostel – train) so ...
... and body, and stayed in the hostel – had some delicious food again. I had the same curry Si had yesterday, and he had some yummy Kung Pao Chicken... Our food so far in China has been delicious, but I'm sure the weird stuff will come.
Saturday 14th May:
It was nice to have a little lie in this morning, but in a dorm its not really possible.
Packed up our things and then went downstairs to check out. We stayed in the hostel for a little bit then ...
... time is 8 am the next day here in Chengdu, China. We were greeted by Flora and Vassy at the airport at the ungodly hour of 1 am and taken by bus to the Haoge Business Hotel just across the street from the hospital.
TanTan, the teacher from PCOM who coordinated the trip, made sure we had running hot water, relatively clean floors/rooms and toilets. Toilets are not common in China (more on that later). Some of the other ...