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... even giving each other a little playful cuddle from time to time. They were simply adorable with innocent eyes and black patches around making their eyes appear larger by a factor of 10. With only 1,600 living wild pandas in mountainous central China and more than 300 in captivity worldwide, the endangered special panda species has created an everlasting memory for us purely by their soft, cudley and innocent nature. A must experience for those of you considering a trip to China.
... near the entrance gate. They are absolutely gorgeous! We continued our walk and came upon a KFC. Let me be the first to tell you...Chinese KFC blows American KFC out of the water. It has a nice spice to it, and it is so much more flavorful than what we get back home. Jeremy continued his tourist photo taking, and took over 90 photos during our 60 minute walk. MANY photos to post on Facebook when we get back. It's time for bed. Early morning tomorrow. Have a great weekend! C & ...
... sure my best pictures are safe on the internet on this blog. Uploading pictures takes a very long time here with the telephone connection versus high speed internet. So I will fill in the blog portion as I have time. After uploading and blogging on the Daoist Sanctuary nearby with the statutes of the 12 Immortals, the panda breeding center, the black swans, and the giantic herb market I plan mainly to just enter ...
... small pioneers leaving school :) we arrived to the part of the city with many bars - the plan was to have a drink and watch locals, but we started being really hungry. So, we tried to explined to the lady from a bar that we wanted to eat, after short while, she got it and told us to follow her...who would know that behind this bar street was a small street with restaurants for locals... they were very happy there that they could have served tourists (we think we were their ...
... was destroyed centuries ago but was reconstructed in the 16th century and rebuilt again in the 19th century.
For those wondering why I spent so much time in Chengdu before moving on, it was because I was feeling a little under the weather for a few days and didn't really feel like traveling. After a few extra days of taking it easy I visited Mount Emei and the Giant Buddha of Leshan before moving on to Lijiang.