- Swimming pool
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Well it is still pouring rain. Which I hear is very unusual for this area to rain this hard for this long. We also learned that yesterday in the area where we were supposed to go mountain climbing there was a mudslide and 30-40 people died. Ugh. So scary. Today we had language lessons and calligraphy. We had no cultural lesson this afternoon so I had the day off ...
... in China, so I went and took a couple of pics of that. It was quite amazing that his Little Red Book policies still form the backbone of Chinese government today, although obviously in recent years, there has been a massive swing towards commercialism in this communist state. Once I'd looked at the statue for a couple of minutes I betrayed everything Chairman Mao stood for by going into the McDonalds across the square from the statue. As I was leaving, I heard a little 'hello' and I ...
I got my stuff off the bus and sat on my bag as I woke up a little more. Every one had jumped in
taxi's and disappeared. I looked in my 'bible' (lonely planet book) and picked a hostel at random. I walked to the main road, flagged down a taxi and told him where I wanted to go. He unhappily grunted, shook his head and pointed me up the road. 'How rude!!' I thought, and it was also unusual as they normally love to take my money. I walked in the direction ...
... munching through a huge pile of bamboo it was hard to believe it had ever been so small! Towards the end of our day at the centre we were offered the chance to hold a baby panda… the only catch was that you had to make a £100 donation to the centre. We umed and awed over it but decided that we couldn’t afford such a big donation, so instead we made a very nice deposit at the souvenir shop instead where I bought the world’s cutest panda hat which has ears on it ...
... angry that we didn't have any food for him! Considering there were at least 10 of them in the group we decided we better continue on our way down the mountain.
Yesterday was an impeccable day. The sky was clear, the weather was great, and I climbed my first Chinese mountain! I didn't actually know that's what I was doing, as I had been befriended by a Chinese man that speaks English and invited me to join him ...