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... pandas. Yes, sex education for pandas. Because the pandas are taken into incubators in order to ensure their survival they never actually learn how to mate properly. This was highlighted for us in a film created by the breeding centre that actually showed “successful copulation” and “unsuccessful copulation” which looked like two pandas having a disagreement.
At the first sight of pandas everyone got excited and instantly got the cameras out. ...
... other foreigners around. Overall the change was an especially welcome one. The hostel, Sim's Cozy Garden, has a garden, a theater room with something like 5000 movies, there is free candy, a games room, several common areas, and most importantly a great staff. There are a million fantastic restaurants in the area at which I ate at almost all. I enjoyed dumplings, all manners of Sichuan food, all of which use the delicious and unique Sichuan pepper corn which is somewhat citrusy ...
... on protective gear and wait in line for our turn. The "baby" panda was brought out, he was less than two years old but once he was put on my lap you can see from the pictures how big he was, although he wasn’t heavy at all. Thankfully Fran took some great pictures of us on their camera which we will treasure forever. It was certainly a unique experience that we will never forget.
Thanks again Jon, Jo and Nik xx
... the price for a hard sleeper one
top bunk one middle (I wasn't going 18hrs without being able to sit
up or see out of window, Dan being Dan would rather save the 80p and
is back on a the top bunk again!) then realised we didn't have enough
cash left. After trying 2 different cash cards in 3 different atms we
were still not getting any cash and were being told to contact our
card issuer with the time difference we would have to wait until 4pm
to call HSBC ...
... from the 3 kingdoms period in Chinese history. It was unusual as it wasn't like the period art we'd seen before. It had a forest of Bonzai trees (something I am keen to see in Japan) and a park with mossy cypresses overhanging the walkways. The temple itself was small and low key. I think the price is there to deter tourists (Y60 Pounds 6 - quite expensive for a temple). However we met the Chinese we'd shared ...