Nanfu Bund Hotel
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We got up early, which absolutely killed me as I hadn't been well the night before! We flagged a taxi to take us to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. All the books and internet tell you to get to the facility early as the pandas eat early then sleep most of the day, feeding again in the afternoon. Paul had pre-arranged a one on one experience with a panda which wouldn't start until 9.30am. We arrived at 8am so wondered around and ...
... blizzard! It was yummy! After shopping we went to a neat restaurant where we had "snacks" for dinner. They basically brought out lots of small servings of stuff so you basically got a taste of a lot of different things. Dumplings and appetizer type items. It was delicious. Then we went on to the Opera. We had an amazing ...
... In the afternoon a couple of us went to have a look at the Wenshu Temple which has the distinction of being Chengdu's largest and best preserved temple. It was interesting enough but once you have been to a couple of these temples they all seem to fade into one. You can get 'Templed Out'!!!!
After this I went to the Post Office and sent home my sleeping bag and ...
... 8217;t resurrected, and now, the USB cable for my iPOD is missing. First, we went to the cell phone area of the city, with literally thousands of cell phone shops, and picked up a new cable for 10RMB ($1.50). Then we went to the computer market and found a camera repairman. He took the camera apart and did continuity checks on different components. He said one of the flex circuits was dead and needed to be replaced. He quoted 500RMB/$80US to ...
... s growth. I can definitely see this being one of the biggest cities in the world in about ten years. As you look at the apartments there are clothes hanging out the window of every single one. This is because in china no one uses dryers. I can only ponder to my self how much electricity would be used if every single Chinese person owned one.
At the reserve we had to wonder through a bamboo lined path for about a half hour ...