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... I've got the job! "Its OK" says Ashley, " she like you". "I'm beside myself" I retort and we all grin at each other. The customary "shall we have lunch to seal the deal" is offered but unfortunately I would rather eat razor blades than sit this Chinese version of 'the real teachers of Yinchuan'. If any of these people think I have an ounce of genuflection or an obsequious bone in my body, we may have to fasten our seat-belts, cause this is going to be a bumpy next ...
... we were there they were photographing some find.
EVEN on a second visit (I was here in 2001), the terra cotta soldiers are amazing and awesome. They are simply so many of them and they are so darned fabulous to look at! They’ve excavated a lot more of the site since I was here and the press of all the sellers (called touts---hawkers of everything from terra cotta miniatures, to kites, to knick knacks) has been moved away from the main ...
... saw a large bald patch under his chin also.
We tried asking if the keepers knew why but interestingly the response was we don;t know, we don;t know much about the red pandas.
Claire found some information online and confirmed it looked like a sign of stress. Alongside the information was taht they need an open place, higher points to sit, food to be in several places for foragng like enrichment, and also some private places eg large bushes for them to get away from ...
... the end of the month before Malaysia and booking a couple of excursions - Great Wall and Tianamen Square as expected but also found a somewhere which does introductory half day courses in martial arts. I shall enjoy that one!
Back at the rescue centre, more building and making treats for the moonbears and opportunities for animal and silly photos - yep I instigated us pretending to be pandas in the bamboo bushes!
I've asked Tiger if I can try to make fire using ...
... guys on a 52 day tour from Beijing to Bangkok with only 1 other younger guy. The rest are all middle aged including an 80 year old German woman who can barely speak english. To add to this she can barely walk for longer than 10 mins at a time, and took 3 massive bags weighing 40kgs each which of course everyone else is having to carry for her...selfish! We caught the train to Chongqing. Sitting here now waiting for the 4 and a half hour coach to Fengjie and the 3 ...
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