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... route tortueuse l’a rendu bien malade), on a pris le train de nuit jusqu’à Chengdu. On a presque mis 24h pour atteindre notre destination finale mais on s’est régalé de paysages fantastiques pendant le trajet en bus.
Nous n’avons vu qu’une seule chose à Chengdu : le centre de reproduction des pandas. Ce n’est pas beaucoup mieux qu’un zoo. On voit les pandas dans leur petit enclos,voire enfermés à l’intérieur et il ...
... see these creatures up close. We arrived during the Panda's feeding time, which was great as this is when they are most active. As we were leaving the crowds were arriving and the Panda’s seemed to have gone into hiding – good timing for us! The Panda base has a theatre and a museum that provides information about the research and work that has been put into the breeding program.
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We jumped on another local bus that took us to the site of the Buddha. This buddha is about 1200 years old and was carved into the cliff face. Its over 70 metres high. Each of its toes are the height of a person. We paid the entrance fee, and followed the path up to the cliff. When you arrive at the top you are level with the buddha's head. It's massive! Its ears are nearly 7 metres long. We took some photos from each side of the head, then we wanted to descend ...
... made them happy by giving them the cheezyest of smiles and even the odd piece sign. When I was left alone I got to enjoy the lovely calm temple. With the smell on incense and the relaxing Chinese music, I was in my own little world, left to wonder the grounds. It had the true feel of serenity and I was also pleasantly surprised by the tortoise and frogs in one of the ponds.
I went to the Tomb of Wang Jian (an above ground tomb chamber) which was ...
... is almost impossible to believe that if my own nieces and nephews where ever to come to China in the future, these pandas might not exist anymore. When you see them with your own eyes it is a hard fact to stomach.
During our morning at the centre we got to see about 20 Giant Pandas ranging in age from about one year to ten. We also got the chance to see some Red Pandas and listen to a very funny (and annoying) Chinese woman decide that she could talk to the Red Pandas ...