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... and taking photo in the ZongShan castle, also just a few minutes. And for the Palkor Monastery that has a history of nearly 700 years and the wonder of "a temple let three form", a lot of people's answer is: "I have seen the Jokhang temple, but also go for Tashilhunpo monastery." They believe that they have the Chengdu to Tibet travel for the important views, but not for ...
... teaching the children questions like "What is your name?", "Where do you come from?", "How old are you?", and "What sports do you like?"; and of course how to reply.
The whole while the headmaster, owner of the school, head English teacher (Margo), Kevin, and the class teacher were all watching from the back row. Not at all intimidating!
So after the first lesson we went back to the headmaster's office and there we reviewed ...
... narrow scarf made of silk, embodies purity and good fortune.
Sky burial is a common form in Tibet. There are many prohibitions. Strangers are not allowed to attend the ceremony. Visitors should respect this custom and keep away from such occasions.
Toast and Tea
When you come to a Tibetan family, the host will usually entertain you with toast and ...
... I was inviting by henry to go to San (insert name I forget) to view it's infamous Lilly pads that stretch as far as the eye can see and flowers. At home, we had a rest and later arrived at our destination via bus and bang bang Che (ricochat? How do you spell this?). It was an amazing sight! Sonia ought me one of the one kuai (rmb) flower hats, took some pictures and taught each other some card games. I attempted to teach continental rummy but forgot ...
... up close and relatively active for a panda (we went just after early morning feeding time) was a joy. The baby pandas were especially cute - well, the 6 month olds were, the newborns looked like bits of pink rubber with eyes. And I saw five young adult pandas enjoying what could only be described as a WWF Royal Rumble. But with fat bears.
Some panda facts I learned:
* Pandas used to eat meat and could be much more aggressive but for some ...