Celebrity Ruicheng Hotel
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... and let us go crazy with them. We had a competiton to see who could make the most creative dumpling. ThÝs was interesting but at the end of the day the good old fashioned dumpling pie won (made by Steph). The dumplings all looked great and very creative before they went into the pot to be cooked, then they just came out as a big mush consisting mostly of pastry. This was a lot of fun and certainly a great way to meet people. We ...
... painting Dan as a sort of Bewdley version of Karl Pilkington, and that honestly hasn’t been my intention, it’s just that he is! At that point, as I looked over at him, through my tears, I honestly saw him as Karl Pilkington in the next series of ‘Idiot abroad’. “Leave them mate, we’ll take turns with them, come on, let’s at least try this food as it’s probably going to cost an arm and a leg”. So ...
... true variety performance with jugglers, shadow puppets and the famous face changers. You have to train for years before you get accepted and are allowed to perform. They even had a face changing puppet!
Day 2 in Chengdu is off to visit the largest buddha in the world - there was a bigger one in Afganistan but guess what it is not there anymore.
It takes us a while to reach Leshan which is on the Dadu River. ...
Back to Chengdu for a few quiet days again. I decided to go visit the giant pandas, basically because I don't remember ever having seen one. I booked an easy half-day tour with the hostel to the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base, arrived there early enough to beat the crowds (it was off season anyway), and had the privilege to watch pandas of all shapes and sizes, the youngest ones being a mere 4 ...
... to move somewhere else to survive, in 1970's over 130 pandas starved to death in the wild because of this.
- Pandas have developed a "thumb" not a real one but a modified wrist bone that enables them to strip the bamboo leaves from their branches
So anyway we spent the morning there wandering round - there was a mum and its baby being all playful in one enclose they were lovely - you have to get there early in the morning as they tend to go indoors when ...