Sofitel Chengdu Taihe
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... the table in a bubbling pot of stock liberally laced with chilli and other spices. You then season the cooked food in oil with spices of your choice and eat. It is delicious, but a bit of a fiddle. The area in which we are staying is the Tibetan quarter and immediately it's possible to see that the appearance of the people here is completely different. We are at the gateway to Tibet and this has obviously influenced our immediate surroundings. There are ...
I've been a slacker this week. And by slacker, I mean completely exhausted. We have had early mornings and late nights. We haven't been pulling the pictures off the camera each night like we were last week. We will take care of it after the concert is over, ...
... In the afternoon a couple of us went to have a look at the Wenshu Temple which has the distinction of being Chengdu's largest and best preserved temple. It was interesting enough but once you have been to a couple of these temples they all seem to fade into one. You can get 'Templed Out'!!!!
After this I went to the Post Office and sent home my sleeping bag and ...
... in Chengdu it was a cold night, our guide Tao picked us up and took us to our Campus about an hour away from the airport. On the way the wide streets were pretty deserted, but the few cars on the roads were driving like maniacs. When they were faced with a red light they would pretend to take a right turn go into oncoming traffic then come back onto the road on the other side. This crazy driving would become a regular occurrence throughout my journey. When we arrived we ...
Yesterday we woke up at 7 to take a 9am Chinese language placement test. The room was packed to the brim with people from all over the world, but I think a majority of the foreign students were from America like me.
The presentation for explaining what it means to be a student at Sichuan University and processes for visas was kind of funny. They would give us outlandish examples of what happened to students ...