Starway Jindi Hotel
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... you travel alone? you know its very dangerous? you should learn some Chinese?" I didn't really know what to say. I found her concern adorable and sweet and I told her my age hoping to ease her worry for me. She was shocked that I was more than a decade older than her but she still insisted on tell me where my stop was and asking me multiple times if I knew where to get off. The metro in Chengdu is very clean and easy to follow with clear signs. I said my goodbyes to them as they ...
... You pick a broth out of 9 to choose from. Each seat has it's own burner though so everyone has their individual broth pots of whatever flavor. Then you go up to a buffet and pick out whatever meat, vegetables, dumplings, noodles, etc and cook away. The food was delicious. It was a wet but fun day!! I bought a canvas purse with a hand painted panda on it! Kristen bought a back pack of the same! ...
... Splashes of hot broth landed on our laps, mushrooms got dropped to the bottom of the cauldron, and chopsticks were almost lost while we fished around to rescue sunken food. We felt like clueless tourists, but it was tremendous, messy fun.
A late chat with Afroz and Zara gave us an unexpected boost of energy, and the following morning we awoke refreshed and ready to tackle the nearby antiques market under a drizzly sky. The stalls were crammed with a dusty array of genuine ...
... to walk and climb trees. Seeing them get to their feet and then topple straight back over was heartbreaking but I also couldn't help laughing, it was such an incredibly cute sight. After about 200 photos and numerous videos, we headed back to the hostel to try and warm up and regain some feeling in our hands and feet. I was supposed to be escaping the winter, but I'm sure it was colder in China than it was at home.
Our time in Chengdu came to an end before it ...
... suited for the occasion, at least that is what sensible men like us think. For instance while visiting a tourist attraction on with wobbly steps and bumpy paths. We admit that it creates excellent opportunities for orthopaedic surgeons and that is probably why these people earn vast sums of money.
Although Dick was against it, I took the liberty of taking a few snapshots of ladies wearing these high heels when we were visiting villages where ...