Rongcheng Yingxiang International Hotel
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... clothing. Kristen did it last time she was here and said it was so much fun. Her pictures turned out amazing. She is getting it done again...this time without braces! :) It will be a late night as the entire shoot takes about 7 hours I believe and we won't get back until 1:00 am. We are going with our new friends Chris and Jeremy! So it should be great ...
... dancers, but these public dances seem to appeal to all ages. If it happened in the UK, the police would probably break it up, or someone would end up fighting. Although I have noticed that in some situations (like taxi queues) the Chinese like a good scrap as much as anybody!
I carried on through the park, and decided i was going to visit the Sichuan Museum. I thought it would have some good info on the history of the province. Although I'm quite interested in all the old ...
... We were allowed to buy the watermelon. Have no idea what was going on with pineapple. We were then coming up with all sorts of ideas. Maybe pineapple is illegal in China, or only for locals, or she wanted it for herself... No idea! But we concluded that you aren't allowed to buy pineapple on moving trains, they are for display purposes only!!!
We also had a man go by selling weird and wonderful things. One was an instrument type thing that is used in ancient ...
... 71 high with each big toe measuring 8.5m long and with those vital stats, it's the worlds largest Buddha. The park itself was really scenic and we had a fantastic day, made even better when the sun decided to stick his hat on and come out to play.
Jiuzhaugou National Park
We decided to visit Jiuzhaigou NP after seeing the amazing technicolour lakes on the internet.The only trouble was the transportation, it was quite a way. Either take the plane for a ...
... the rural areas, they are very good at getting out and doing things, but in cities they literally do not leave the hostel. They eat all meals here and spend the entire day on Facebook so it's no wonder the people of Chengdu have never seen any of them.
Of course we love seeing no other Westerners out and about; the only drawback is that very few restaurants have English menus, so we end up having to go ...