Zhehai Hengde Hotel
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... skewers soaked in a bowl of super spicy oil since our first dinner (in general the choice in Chengdu was super super spicy or just super spicy). After the first bite all of your body is involved in the eating experience and for the fun of the locals we started crying, becoming red and sweating...with the help of some plain rice, we loved it!
One day we had the opportunity to see the morning exercises of ...
... was no way we'd find a room for 50 yuan or less here. We went in to 4 hotels, first was way too much, second was way too much, third was way too much, the fourth was way too much, yet had a room for me that they would give me free of charge. Fantastic! Not sure whether it was a bit of sordid grifting or just simple kindness, but as you can imagine I was totally chuffed. We took the bike back to the station, locked it up inside, they took me out for dinner, brought me back to ...
... pipes up "look in the tree!" and sure enough theres a panda balanced on a branch about 20 feet up in the air! I can tell you their bums aren't small either! The girls loved it and we took far too many photos as they were all so endearing!
We walked and walked. We found a large lake where you could buy food to feed the koi. Aoife loved it. Throwing all her food in at one go to create a mass feeding frenzy! Orla on the other hand, always ...
... were lucky enough to make our own dumplings in which we piled high on a baking tray for the chef to cook whilst we drank the local beer and afterwards fully indulged in eating the dumplings while sharing some travel stories. We both really enjoyed the evening and got some great tips for the rest of our travels and it was all free which was a massive bonus!! On our final day we couldn't resist in visiting the Panda Sanctuary for a second time. We embarked on the trip ...
... to find more bamboo to eat, but not heir habitat has been carved up by development. Some 49 reserves are dedicated to panda preservation in China, including the Wolong reserve near Chengdu.
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The enormous 230 ft (71 m) high Dafo (Great Buddah) is carved into the red sandstone face of Lingyun Hill overlooking the treacherous confluence of the Min, Dadu ...