Jinyu Sunshine Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... not an expert with chop sticks, I decided to sit on the kerb to eat my noodles which apparently dragged quite a lot of attention. As I was finishing a rather keen woman literally shoved a giant lens in my face and took a picture, before going to the side and taking another picture of me sitting there.
We then took the local bus back to the hostel where we found out about the woes that hit the Leshan Buddha group. One of the vans decided that it had had enough and ...
... working at the bar and at the reception. There were two in particularly, Sherry and Carl (not their given names I'm sure you've assumed) who I played badminton with on a few occasions. I was mercilessly whipped each and every time. There was a French couple Benjamin and Anne who were doing my trip in reverse that I spent much time with, we cycled around, shared biking stories etc. There was a German named Tom who I convinced to buy a bike and bike down to Laos, that was a boost ...
... more moment by moment needs and crowd control.
Fortunately, our friend from Seattle is in the very capable hands of another of our traveling companions who is Chinese, lives in Beijing and speaks the Mandarin language fluently.
During this experience, our sick friend observes the critical role that family or friends play in hospital care here in China. For example, a nurse teaches family members how to adjust IV flow, since she doesn't have ...
... which seriously affected the panda population and habitat. Pandas feed primarily on bamboo. They have developed large molars for grinding up the stalks, but are not well adapted to digesting them and so spend almost all of their waking hours eating. Bamboo flowers and dies off simultaneously over huge areas, periodically depriving giant pandas of their food source. In the past, they could ...
... to find more bamboo to eat, but not heir habitat has been carved up by development. Some 49 reserves are dedicated to panda preservation in China, including the Wolong reserve near Chengdu.
LESHAN GIANT BUDDAH
The enormous 230 ft (71 m) high Dafo (Great Buddah) is carved into the red sandstone face of Lingyun Hill overlooking the treacherous confluence of the Min, Dadu and ...