Sichuan Minshan Ane Hotel
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... of the pandas sleeping- it was amazing to see them behind the glass! We walked a bit further and saw one over the fence out eating bamboo! It was so lovely! We wondered around for quite a while seeing panda upon panda - they really are beautiful animals! We saw a group of adolescents playing (with their food). We then headed over to the meeting place for the one on one experience and made our donation of 2000 CYN (about £220) each- ...
... we what we did as half an hour after we made it to the top there was virtually no visibility! Day three we made our way back to Chengdu stopping at a number of "shopping" destinations along the way and also a beautiful village in the mountains.
JiuzHaiGou Nature Reserve three day tour:
After a days rest in Chengdu we left for another tour - this time a 3:40am start!
We boarded the bus and after a few hours ...
... around my head for the first time on this trip. I don't consider myself 'a bandana type of person' and it didnt help when Amanda said I looked like one of the backstreet boys, but it was a case of whatever worked, and it stopped the sweat raining down my face.
It took nearly an hour to reach the end of the zig-zag queue, then we got to the cliff stairway itself and it soon became apparent why there was a delay. Halfway down the cliff the staircase became a total ...
... and realised the hostel I had picked was really close. The road I wanted was 2 minutes walk. Great!! I did however walk the wring way down the road to be rescued by a young man (I decided if he started anything dodgy I could take him! He was only small and a little weedy) who helped me find it. Why he was walking around at 3.30am, I still do not know but I was grateful for his help.
I walked in the hostel to find the guard/receptionist sleep. I ...
... to be one of China’s national emblems and there is a lot of work being done to try and save the Giant Panda from extinction; however the odds seem to be stacked against these amazing animals: they are solitary animals, they only have a window of 2 days per year within which to mate with each other, a mother panda can only care for one baby at a time, they only eat bamboo (which is not very nutritional) and the reproductive organs of the male and females don’t actually fit ...