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... went without a hitch, granted I didn't have to do much but since they were college aviation professors we could communicate okay in English for the most part. Then the building manager insisted he take all the building employees and me to lunch. Again - family style chinese so the only bowls that get Serving spoons are the rice and the soup. All the others *everyone* uses the same chopsticks they are eating with to take whatever they want. It isn't even terribly uncommon ...
... and the road was good and flat so we carried on past PiXian to Dujiangyan for a 63km ride. We must have looked a bit worse for wear with the heat because anywhere we stopped for a drink break they insisted that we were sit by the fan - one lady searched out a fan to cool us off.
The little Mandarin we learned is helpful but we're relying on sign language and a phrase book a lot.
... allowed better viewing of the pandas as they are out early. It took some persuading but Carole agreed to hold a baby panda (for a siginificant donation!) after which she felt it was one of the bst things she's ever done - she diid'nt express any comparisons with John or Becky!
Usual visits to silk brocaide factory and old town followed.
Flight to Guilin next and hopefully another highlight.
... this time, and perhaps are favorite moment was watching a young cub stumbling around eagerly trying to get his mom to play with him (or her). This included stepping on mum’s face (who was laying down to eat), and stealing mum’s food. After giving up on mum, the little guy/gal decided to tackle the biggest & highest stack of bamboo he could find, which happened to be right next to a steep ditch. As you’ve ...
... groups I'd like to study here.
As I walked out of the giraffe exhibit, I realized that I was lost, or that I had probably reached the farthest reaches of the park and that I should double back a bit. While walking back, it was here that I passed by the elephant pen again and noticed that they had come out of hiding. I took pictures and video, then moved along.
I found a path that I believed I hadn't traveled, so I walked along it. Here, ...