Kempinski Hotel Chengdu
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Ann and I were up early for our trip to the Panda Conservation and Breeding Centre.
I almost forgot my camera and had a last minute dash back to the room.
It is a lovely place about 30minutes from the centre of the city. The grounds are beautiful with lots of bamboo lining the roadways. Apparently there are 135 species of bamboo but pandas …
I started the day with a power walk along the lovely promenade in front of the hotel.
There were several people doing Tai Chi but also a few older men braving the water for a swim in the harbour.
Also I saw a number of girls in school uniform and most of their uniforms are white and thin cotton with long white socks.
After packing and …
... was obvious that the people of this culture were so advanced. The beautiful items that were made, without any modern tools......the jade that was removed from the hard rocks, by hand, with no real tools. It was just amazing. The masks were incredible. There is so much mystery about this culture and so many unanswered questions.
It was an amazing day. Everyone returned to the hotel exhausted, but excited about the next day's events! ...
... them for the Bonsai award, with evidence of this practice lining some streets in large pots. Another snippet of information Ella mentioned was that Chengdu had introduced red light cameras recently with severe penalties including imprisonment. One of the first cases was a television personality, who did serve some time in prison. Good to see there isn’t any leniency for well-know personalities. Well rested in another fine hotel, with ...
... town of Leshan, the site of the world's largest seated Buddha. A relatively uninspiring town itself, we quickly shuttled out of the city by bus and found ourselves by the ticket office in an uncanny déja vu scenario: standing surrounded by hundreds over-excited Chinese tourists taking unnecessary photos of one another in front of a series of rather dull signposts.
Dragging ourselves through the throng, we passed through the gate and headed past various sacred caves and ...