Kempinski Hotel Chengdu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... be kept all together in more of a community setup. We did spot one high up in a tree as we walked along the path but the real good look at the red pandas happened when we found a spot where they were feeding on some squash that had been left out for them. These guys looked almost more like a fox than a panda but between bites when we could get a clear view of their faces, we could definitely see the resemblance. After spending some time with the little red pandas, ...
... shouldbe tried. It helped that Starr was able to order all the food, very handy having a chinese friend in China.
Following food we headed back, after a beer and a couple of games of Kalooki we crashed out in our own private room. Happy days!
For these days we chose to leave Chengdu and go towards the mountain ranges. We were told by the hostel that another couple had exactly the same plans as us so we met them and set ...
... of the Buddha. We leapt off the bus and ran down to the entrance, but it wasn’t the entrance was it, it was the gate to the road to the entrance.
“That’s it, I’m doing a Keegan” said Dan, referring to when England manager Kevin Keegan bailed on us in the middle of a World Cup qualifying campaign. “We’re never going to get to the entrance, see the bloody thing and get back for the last bus” and I agreed. ...
... time is 8 am the next day here in Chengdu, China. We were greeted by Flora and Vassy at the airport at the ungodly hour of 1 am and taken by bus to the Haoge Business Hotel just across the street from the hospital.
TanTan, the teacher from PCOM who coordinated the trip, made sure we had running hot water, relatively clean floors/rooms and toilets. Toilets are not common in China (more on that later). Some of the other ...
... to bamboo eating cuddly things.
* Pandas are very fussy when it comes to mating, which explains why they have so much trouble populating. They show them 'panda porn' to get them in the mood. Not sure on the success rate. Depends on how well it's shot and if it has a good story I suppose.
* Panda newborns are, by human standards, always born premature.
* New panda mums are sometimes too stupid to look after their babies. We saw video evidence ...