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... we slowly began to understand what she meant. She told us that one of the things that was so popular at this park was the performances that various “clubs” put on and the performers and audiences are primarily made up of retired people looking for activities. We had the chance to view a couple of these performances and while we had no idea what they were singing about, it was really fun to see how involved all of these retirees were. Winnie told us that ...
... as the giant pandas, there are also red pandas, which were clearly badly named as they're more like raccoons! As a contrast to the tranquility of the pandas, we went to see the Sichuan 'Opera' which thankfully was more of a compilation of various Chinese arts than an entire opera which tend to mainly consist of very high-pitched wailing by a heavily made- up woman. ...
... on my right said “No he wouldn’t, sod him!”. I told him.
We walked happily back to the hostel where we planned to get an early night as tomorrow we had decided to go and see the Panda Breeding Sanctuary which was really the main reason for coming to Chengdu. It requires an early start so I mailed Lilly (she had arrived in Chengdu today) that we were setting off at seven am, we had a beer each and crashed out.
... with Melanie. Once everything was settled Jim had a good, if not broken conversation with another one of the bunk mates. He was really nice and helped us understand how the train worked. Sixteen hour train rides are not super exciting by any standards so we fell asleep at as our train was due to arrive in Xi'an at 5:55 am the next ...
... each exquisitely presented and shared around the table - fish and meat, duck, spiced peanuts, soups, vegetables, dumplings, etc etc. Every time I thought we were nearing the end of the meal, more dishes would arrive. Excellent food and fellowship. Ended the evening with some preparations for Monday's meeting with our core team, who had finally all arrived in Chengdu. A very full week ahead with daily client meetings.