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... if he had a girlfriend he would have to move to a bigger flat. Occasions like this slightly lift the curtain on real life for the locals and it makes you wish you were with people longer. The site around the Buddha was crowded, especially with tour groups with guides loudly talking through amplifiers. Escaping them was difficult, as was getting anywhere near the Buddha itself to get a good look and photos. ...
SO, since my family have been checking in on this wonderful blog I guess I'm due for a little update. I (I being Nikki), have been having the most wonderful time of my life. The past two days have been really just so amazing. I have to say that the pandas were the absolute best thing ever!!! When they plop that big thing on your lap and it just sits there and lets you pet it all content and stuff, WOW i mean it's amazing that you can hold, touch, and have ...
... about for 2 hours then get another train to lijang
This leg isn’t worth sending an update to everyone, so I am just posting it
Didn’t even take any photos of the place, it’s just another Chinese city, the people are still the same, still spitting, eating noodles, so there is nothing more to say about it
Our plan for the first day was to head just outside of Chengdu to go see the Chengdu research base of Giant Pandas. We had been told that the Panda's are most active when they eat, which is around 9am, so we woke up around 6am to catch a local bus to a bus station to catch another local bus out to the Panda Reserve. With great directions from the great staff at the hostel, we set off. The first bus was easy to find, however at the ...
... and proceeded through the park to the children's zoo, which had several petting exhibits. Unfortunately, the smell of this zoo within a zoo was worse than the entire park itself. I kinda felt bad for the petting zoo animals, as their habitats looked like they could use a good cleaning, not to mention the animals themselves.
The next stop was the primate house, where I saw chimps and various kinds of monkeys, although I didn't see any gorillas ...