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... style. The next stop was quite cool, five cute little pandas, only a few weeks old were in a cot and looked like cuddly toys. We were invited to stop in a cafe with a short documentary playing which gave a good insight into the work that the centre had achieved as well as an overview of the life of a panda. It was a little graphic in places and they referred to the need or desire to mate as falling in love. We wondered round for a couple of hours ...
... The park was really nice – just lately built with a lot of Bamboo and a lot of space for the pandas to play, eat and sleep. Indeed most of them were sleeping but some were also sleeping and strolling. And the baby pandas were super cute. But have a look yourself… When Anneliies say the first one she thought it was a rat – he didn’t have any hair so he actually really looked like a rat. But a somehow cute rat.
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... it back to our hostel, which fortunately has beds available.
P.S. On the way back, a cop car passed our bus on the 2 lane road we were zigzagging along through the valley. A few miles ahead we had to slow for an accident. The cop car had plowed head on into a car going the opposite direction. The guys in the other car were out, wobbling around, bleeding from the head profusely. They didn't look like they knew where they were.
... our group of 7 ppl (all the younger ppl in the group) took off to hike the mountain. You basically walk on a paved path, past villages, temples, hawkers, restaurants and other tourists. It was hard to find space to really soak in the experience, but we did manage to find a few temples that were away from the crowds. Our group gets along so well that it's just fun talking and hanging out even if the place itself isn't that amazing. We've all ...
... congestion and grey skies. We only wondered what the rest of China had in-store for us. Besides this, the main and only reason we were here was to visit the world famous Giant Panda Breeding Research Base.
The Base is home to over 50 Panda's and Breeding (obviously) is its focus. From March to May is the 'falling in love period' (wink wink), and in autumn and
winter, you can also peer through the glass into the panda 'nursery'. To help these animals breed ...