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... once I took them out of the package and tried them on, I discovered that she knew what she was doing...the 2XL fit like a glove! Makes you wonder...just how small would those mediums have been? After dinner, we went on another evening stroll around downtown. Our first stop was the tea shop. I had my first boba tea. It was passion fruit, and it was delicious! After a quick pop into the bakery for deliciousness, we strolled over to Sichuan University. There are lotus ...
and scratching my face off, but he was so docile and sweet. He really felt like
a big teddy bear. It was an incredible experience and the three of us had stupid
grins plastered to our faces for hours afterwards.
After Chengdu, we went to Jiuzhaigou national park on Joel’s
recommendation. He had seen a Getaway
special about the park and it looked amazing. The bus ride up to the park was
anything but that.
... Juliet. This opera was composed of separate acts with no story connecting them, so a type of variety show. We watched a very skilled musician play the erhu which is a type of violin with less strings. We also watched a shadow performance where he made different animals with the shadows of his hands and head. They were extremely lifelike. It moved on to other musical acts and then to a comedy where a husband is being punished by his wife for gambling. He was made to sing ...
... one), then the fortune was printed, told to me in Chinese, and translated by Dora. All this for 10 yuan. After exploring the temple's many buildings and courtyards, we crossed the river on a long hanging bridge - quite the experience, as it was very wobbly, with the turbulent river below. Further walking and sightseeing.... at one point, we found a woman with a bucket of turtles and learned that they could be ...
... set-up, squatter toilets with no door, nothing new here. I walked in and I could see an old bloke hunched over, loo paper in one hand, other hand on the partition to use as balance whilst letting out a groaning noise as he went about his business. I found a free cubical (if I can call them that) but it looked as if an Alsatian had been in there so did the deed and got the hell out of there!
We got the park at around 7:45am the next day (Lonely Planet ...