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... a nice tote bag with panda stuffed dolls, a t-shirt, a pin, pictures in a glass frame that the staff took of the event, plus a certificate stating I participated in petting a panda. A once in a life experience for sure!
We also saw the newborn panda. We filed past a window into the incubator nursery and there it was. It was so teeny and the colored fur was starting to come in. We also watched a group of six pandas playing and interacting together. ...
... put into scrubs, because the panda is clean, you are dirty. You sit down on a bench, and they plop the 11 month old cub in your lap, and you get your picture taken. It lasts about a minute. Words and pictures cannot describe the sensation. It is out of this world. You are allowed to pet him while you hold him. I could ramble on for pages about how amazing it was. I am so glad that Jeremy decided to do it. After ...
... no difference to me who stays or leaves the trip, I'm still hanging in there
As I have said, if I could have picked the people I travelled with, the bus wouldnt have as many people on it that iit has had
I know that some on the bus are following this, they need to develop a thicker skin
(those that matter dont mind, those that mind dont matter)
Today was the trip to the Panda Research Base. Soooo excited!
The journey is a short distance from the hotel. Inside the centre I made my way first to see the babies that had been born in August. The sanctuary includes adult pandas and red pandas and Swan Lake that keeps Koi Carp.
Lunchtime it was a bus journey to the train station. From here was a 2h journey to Chonqing.
The station was designed like ...
... and power on your thoughts, whether or not you want to accept it. Anyways, it's cute seeing children and women of all age holding hands and/or hooking arms like two little girl best friends.
- Old People and Couples
Old people here are super active and super cute! You always see old people outside doing taichi or sword dances or stretching or strolling around or whatever! They are out and about unlike our ...
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