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... the mouth of a well educated young women such as Amy.
On a much lighter note there are two ridiculous moments from the day. And perhaps they shouldn't be detailed on the blog.
The first was Mac's interaction with Christine in the morning. Christine wanted to know if Mac was Chinese and when he said "no" she wanted to know if he were sure. As he continued to explain his ethnic origins, Christine interrupted and told him that she understands he is not Chinese ...
... to be interesting to see how this crew gets along now that we will be together 24/7.It is quite an eclectic group with lots of personalities. Some things just can't be put in writing:) Luckily Cia and I get to room together.
The city of Chengdu seems much cleaner than Fuzhou on every level. I could be wrong??? Chengdu is the only city that has never changed it's name in 3,000 years. It is a city of 14 MILLION!!! And that has doubled in the last ...
... 3 hours after you have finished eating and have consumed the equivalent of a year’s ‘grease’ consumption.
One thing we see ‘eye to eye on’ here in China is a well-deserved rest in the afternoon – that is what is next for me. We hope you get your rest and have a wonderful week. Our next stop is the main reason for this adventure – seeing/sending off our daughter – ...
We actually managed to organize a dinner in Chengdu with the Chinese family we met on the train. They brought four more friends of which only one spoke a little bit English, so it was an interesting evening with conversations in body language.
They were all very nice and wined and dines us with pretty much everything that the menu offered... so also a lot of unusual stuff which I just couldn't get down me. We had a hotpot which means that all the dishes ...
Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan Province and home to the Giant Panda.
One of the highlights of our trip was to the Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research Centre which opened in the 1970's and lies just outside of the city. It is a world renowned ecological conservation centre that occupies 100 hectares and is dedicated to conserving native Chinese endangered species.
We were told the Giant Pandas are more active in ...