Super 8 Chengdu Chunxi
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... young pandas were taken off for
cuddles for this program.
The red pandas who had appeared to be posing for
pictures were, I realised today, taking turns to watch for lunch. After it was
delivered by means of an ingenious drawbridge they disappeared to sleep in
We then set off for "Wide and Narrow Street".
This was an area rebuilt to resemble old Chinese streets and was ...
... difficult to find somewhere that has English menu's and deciphering the Chinese menu is very hard work. Hunger won in the end and we ended up in an intriguing little place, only because you actually cook the food yourself in a big boiling dish of oil/water!! We had to go pick what skewers we wanted first of all....I stayed away from the meat because it looked a little dodgy and I didn't fancy cooking it myself, but Liam had ...
... was a welcome change to depart from a feiji chang (airport) and that too an international one (Chengdu has direct flights to Bengaluru!). Our flight was also scheduled to arrive at Kunming's brand new airport that only opened June 28th.
The location of this entry should rightfully be tagged Leshan, Sichuan Province which is around 120 kms south of Chengdu. But quirky Travelpod is unable to locate Leshan in the right province.
... of separation between the main character and the story teller. It's a good rule of thumb but I also need to recognize that not every urban legend is without true origin. After what happened to me, I now believe that lifting a car off of your squashed mate is possible.
Chengdu, China. It’s midday and I’m walking through the grand, concrete expanse of the city’s main square. The crowds are flushed out from a late ...
... translated it reads "Pockmarked Granny's Tofu". Was the granny pockmarked? I don't know. But the tofu definitely is, because the sauce it's served with has ground beef (or sometimes pork) and preserved beans, giving the white tofu a "pockmarked" look. It's very spicy and delicious), "fried potato wire" which is julienned potato, sauteed with pickled chilies, and "Shui Zhu pork (a spicy, brothy pork dish). Andrew was optimistic about the ...