National Hotel Chengdu
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... 8221; and UNO.
A long while later the time to leave was upon us. We got onto the Chengdu metro, usual aerosol ritual included, and headed to the north train terminal. There our tour guide bid us farewell and an hour or so later we were boarding yet another sleeper train. This time the tickets were for the bare minimum hard sleeper – no partial walls, just open aired rows and columns of beds. The openness however did mean that we could try and socialize ...
... If they're not up for mating then they can die out. If an animal is on the endangered species list because someone is killing them to use their testicles for traditional medicines then we should intervene but if a species is simply to lazy to switch on a bit of Barry White then it's didums, they've got to go. Recently there were a number of British news articles about similar problems in Japan. Apparently, and this could be complete ...
At this site, there is the actual archaeological dig that is under the museum roof and is ongoing and continues to unearth precious Shu culture artifacts. In addition to the archaeology site, there are three beautifully designed and state of the art exhibition halls telling the story of the ancient Shu culture through thousands of priceless jade and gold artifacts, and other bronzeware relics revealing the cultures's traditions and glimpses of the ...
... seemed to be a eternity – at least half an hour - I got a sim card plan as well. When I tried using both my credit card and then my debit card neither worked. Tina paid for me and I told her I’d pay her back- I owe her 300RMB. We got a taxi to take us back to campus – almost ran over and hit a dozen cars.
We walked from campus to a restaurant just across the street. We met up with 2 other groups of USAC/ Chinese English ...
... really modern and welcoming. We finally made it to our hostel, the Lazybones Inn, checking in to our smart twin room with clean, hot shower (woo!) electric blankets (woo!) TV (woo!) and fully operational Western toilet (woo hoo!) After a bite to eat we collapsed into our beds, dreaming of the pandas we were going to meet.
Maybe somewhere else that night in Chengdu, a panda was going to sleep thinking the very same thing about us.
...But most likely not.