Jinmantang International Hotel
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... filled with interesting foods, which included delicacies such as rabbit head. However just before that, Kid took us to a local dumpling place that sold 20 dumplings for 10 yuan (£1). The dumplings were simple pork dumplings which were ideal for me, so we had a quick bite before heading to the rabbit head street. There, I opted for the rather safe octopus stick and Chengdu noodles, while Danielle tried some pineapple rice – a local favourite. As we were walking around and ...
... tea, visiting the stupid pandas, etc. Unfortunately I forget most of their names... Sorry. Rather than try and create a list of the lovely people I will leave most of them out so as not to offend, regardless of whether your name is in here and I met you and shared a meal or a drink with you, know that I enjoyed your company. More than the other travelers were the staff who I got to know there. Giving myself little to do except lounge I spent much of my time annoying the staff ...
... in Chengdu is that each panda's well-designed and well-stocked outdoor wilderness-like apartment has it hands down better than a patient in a wheel-chair hooked up to an IV bag in a 3' by 3' space in an over capacity room filled with over 200 patients and family members.
In this emergency room for mostly IV treatment, one doctor attempts to meet critical and diagnostic needs and four nurses sit behind a counter or move throughout the room trying their best ...
... they can be seen chewing piles of arrow bamboo or sleeping.
The famously rare giant panda occurs only in China and, according to recent genetic tests, is distantly related to the bear. The wild panda population of around 1,600 is increasing, though with perhaps only another 370 in zoos worldwide, they remain seriously endangered. There is added concern following the 2008 ...
... the panda population and habitat. Pandas feed primarily on bamboo. They have developed large molars for grinding up the stalks, but are not well adapted to digesting them and so spend almost all of their waking hours eating. Bamboo flowers and dies off simultaneously over huge areas, periodically depriving giant pandas of their food source. In the past, they could travel to ...