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Chengdu is very proud of its panda project. So we went to have a look, we booked a tour plus guide from the hostel costing £11. Before that I had something for the first time since we left, a fry up. It was almost perfect but the best thing was a proper mug of tea, with normalish milk. On the way to the pandas we went through the city to the outskirts, the white veil of pollution making the looming tower blocks like ghosts, the visibility ...
... lucky ones. There were a bunch of nice places for choice but somehow I wanted to go to Chengdu as I have heard the story about the panda park and I didn’t want to leave China without seeing the Chinese mascot in real live.
At exactly 11am (being German did help with this indeed!) I sent the mail and I received my favourite choice in return!
So on Wednesday morning at 5.30 my colleague Dave who I didn’t know until then picked ...
... like it & switched with Kelly. Everything was cool for us by this point. Not our problem.
Eventually, they made it back to the 2nd to last row, where one old man was alone, & he agreed to switch seats & move up a row so 2 couples could sit together. This then proceeded to happen, row by row, until he was in the front of the bus & everyone was sitting with the person they'd hoped for. Cheering & a loud ...
... Revolution. It is now presided over by a large statue of Chairman Mao. The shops surrounding the square include Cartier, Bulgari and McDonalds.
We went to an evening Sichuan Opera performance. We’d bought VIP tickets so we sat in the front row and had tea and peanuts served during the show. (We were glad we’d got VIP tickets, as others where we stayed had got tickets for the teahouse and sat outdoors in the ...
... head-space and they are next to the T.V speakers that might keep us awake during the day. During the day-time the cabin was hot and sticky, and without the added luxury of air-con only warm air blowing through the windows slightly eased the temperature and humidity.
Train food isn’t that good, but consists of staff walking up and down the carriages with food carts selling instant pot-noodles, fruit, and pre-packed meals of rice, vegetables and normally ...