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... the outer layer of the bamboo to reveal the succulent shoot inside. They plop back on their bottom and lean back in a totally relaxed repose to munch and crunch their way through kilos of food in a day. One of the young pandas had obviously had his fill of bamboo and was stretched out face down with his tummy on the cold damp concrete - for a moment I actually thought he was a floor rug. He was snoozing soundly until one of his fellow feeders ...
... like a bird!
That evening we did find the Muslim restaurant which was worthwhile hunting down. We were served up a delicious and huge 'dapanji’ (chicken with peppers and potatoes in spicy sauce) with enough food to serve 4 on one plate! Yet again we entertained locals with our chopstick skills as we struggled to find any ‘meat’ on the meat!
Tomorrow we take a flight to Lijiang, to Tiger Leaping ...
... woke up and was in a panic. I guess my mom and Dennis selling the house and moving has been bothering more than I thought. They say your repressed thoughts and emotions come out when you are sleeping, and I was really overwhelmed with moving items out of the house--even though it was just a dream. I also woke up and was immediately irritated that Dennis didn't think I was any help. Hahahahhaha. Funny how dreams can feel so real. I feel much better now but am ...
... left in the world.
When Milly finally got us to move we saw another adult Panda really getting into the bamboo!!
After a quick stop at the tourist shop we saw 6 pre- adult pandas hanging out sleeping up in the trees!
We then some Red Pandas (only 5000 left, with a life span of around 8 years).
They are a lot more active then the Panda but still pretty cute!
It was then back to the bumpy bus to the next ...
... having already developed their typical black markings -- but were still quite small. The two oldest pandas were noticeably larger and more developed than the younger ones, though.
A steady stream of tourists walked by ...
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