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... bear family, and are an endangered species. Deforestation and low reproductive rates contribute to the pandas' rarity, but China realized back in 1949 that their nearly extinct national treasures needed to be protected, and measures put into place are increasing their population in several countries. However, once a panda cub is born, it is shipped back to China; this is part of the agreement countries make ...
... there a whole lot of expats came into the bar to watch the rugby too. They turned out to be a womens and a mens rugby team that they have going and we met their coach who was a guy from NZ. Turns out Chengdu is quite a popular place for expats and they have managed to get a couple of rugby teams started. Very cool.
So that was Chengdu. A really cool place to stop and definately worth checking out the pandas. Next stop Yichang.
... on the fish platter and Dan started on the beef, it was amazing, truly amazing. Each piece of raw food was marinated, cooked in the broth to however we liked it and devoured in seconds. We swapped and tried using each other’s broths to cook, both agreeing that the house spicy one was best. The beef was extraordinarily tender and melted in the mouth, the clams and squid were gorgeous and literally required thirty seconds cooking to be perfect. ...
... through a tea producing area - the first we have seen on this trip and have a short break at a tourist tea plantation. Where courtesy of our local guide we have a taste of tea ice cream - it was good.
The Grand Buddha is carved into a sandstone cliff face and took 90 years to complete. It was originally built to pacify the river demons...
it worked but probably ...
... really hot. Strangely enough these pandas here have AIR CONDITIONED indoor areas !!!!!
Anyway the pics say it all it was a great day out.
Oh and the pics of the goldfish are mental - people were putting in fish food and they were literally coming out the water to get the food - crazy giant goldfish !
Day trip to pandas organised by hostel included entry & bus - £10 each
Double room ensuite - £16 per night