Minshan Lhasa Grand Hotel
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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, ...
... seemingly without touching anything. Sounds strange, particularly as many of them looked like Mexican wrestling masks, but it was very impressive live. Afterwards we tried out a Sichuan traditional dish: hotpot. A huge pot of broth & oil with huge amounts of chilli which is used to cook meat & veggies via submersion in the liquid. Very tasty, although a tad ...
After visiting the amazing great wall, we caught a flight
straight to Xi'an to check out some terracotta warrior action. Our hostel in Xi’an,
7 sages, was incredible. It was a traditional Chinese compound with circular
doorways and all. The girls at the front were also absurdly helpful and nice.
When we arrived, they even offered us a glass of plum tea. Yum yum.
Pretty much the only reason that we went to Xi’an was to see
... with a full set of teeth and a cheesy grin to get your tastebuds going! We found the main tea drinking street and watched the "Ear doctor" at work. Apparently it's custom in Sichuan province to indulge in a bit of expert ear cleansing, or as it looked to us, let some old guy with a toolbelt full of scary pointy objects poke around in your ears, whilst enjoying an afternoon cuppa. These crazy Chinese, what will they come up with next!
So after that funny little show ...
... French, and he’d been studying in China for three years already, though his home university was in another city. I had trouble hearing him because we were right by the door and students kept coming in, trying to squeeze in another chair. On top of that I still couldn’t speak all that well because of my cold, and I have trouble saying tones right when my ears are plugged. Giving the introduction didn’t go particularly well but I got through it.