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... Our hotel is on one of the circumambulation routes for pilgrims, so they pass by counting their prayer beads. The altitude was hard to take -- we felt headachy and slightly nauseous, and a small flight to stairs felt strangely difficult. Jenny recommends that we use "panda pacing." That means move slowly and rest often. Our hotel room had glorious soft beds, and we fell into them ...
... pm sharp, the monks filled into their hall and began to chant. It was very beautiful and intriguing. They chant everyday at the same time for an hour. We were able to watch from the windows and open doors. Next we went to a teahouse on the river. We saw older men and women playing chess and Mahjong. We ate dinner here, which was actually very good, including kung pao chicken.
A few days later, our last day in Chengdu was ...
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Although I explored Chengdu, visiting the centre and main areas as well as the compulsory bike and camping shops I loved heading out to see the pandas, this was the real highlight of my stay here as I’ve never seen one before. So, I booked a seat on the tourist bus through the hostel and it was an early start (because the pandas sleep early on in the day apparently) and I loved my day out. We arrived early ...
... People in England travel all around Europe because it is convenient and that is what families do on holidays, since most of the terrain in England is the same. When people don't travel outside of their country, they sometimes can't see the big picture. America focuses a lot of attention on politics, national pride, and security, and people naturally absorb what they hear on the news and through others--whether they want to or not. My friends said that England is not ...
... At 10am, Noel and I decided to call it. The weather wasn't going anywhere and the wonderfully beautiful views we had hoped to see on the days walk down were all being denied us. We made a snap decision to scrap the walk down (my ankles would have danced with joy had they not hurt so much) and headed back up the way we came. Remember those people I was so grateful not to have been the day before when we were walking down and they were walking up... yep, that's me! 8km ...