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... what I'm going to do next. I decide on a tour to Jiuzhaigou National Park that I book for the next day (lucky there was space) and once this is done I go for a little walk around my area. (I actually walked around in hope to find a random massage place but alas no such luck so I go back to my hostel and eat congee for dinner to help calm my stomach. It's another earlyish night for me as my pick up for the tour the next day is a crazy ...
... and the road was good and flat so we carried on past PiXian to Dujiangyan for a 63km ride. We must have looked a bit worse for wear with the heat because anywhere we stopped for a drink break they insisted that we were sit by the fan - one lady searched out a fan to cool us off.
The little Mandarin we learned is helpful but we're relying on sign language and a phrase book a lot.
... the board. REALLY? they gave me that, and i don't mean to be a spoiled teacher but every classroom in that school has 4 blackboards, except that one, and they chose that one! for that class! I mean had it been the other class they would have been able to remember the words and it wouldn't have been as much of a problem.
Oh well, the parents most likely didn't understand a word of the class so they might have thought i was doing an excellent ...
... seeing that it was Sunday, Lonely Planet said that locals flock here for recreational activities. What we came across was typical in China, a sort of controlled chaos. There were so many different groups using the confined space, yet it all worked. You had old men gambling away on a game I couldn’t possible explain (cause I have no idea what it was); next to people selling art; next to granny aerobics; next to various types of musical ...
... I'm used to seeing Beijing public buses, which were always impossibly crowded. But today, I took the chance because of my no longer trusting Chengdu cabbies (will elaborate later).
I rode the bus for about an hour, which was rather pleasant, then got off at the stop outside of the zoo. I bought my ticket, which was 16 yuan (~ $2.50 USD), and proceeded inside the park.
After coming across the introductory sign and map of the park, I ...