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... we were going to see the Pandas!! Chengdu is home to the (aptly named) Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding and while their primary focus is actually academic research and the breeding of Giant Pandas, an incredibly bonus is that the research base is open to the public so that you can view the cute black and white creatures. We headed to the research center pretty early in the morning since Winnie assured us that this was the only time we would have a chance ...
... swim over to the boardwalk, snapping at the koi to clear a path like a shark swimming through a school of trevali. The swans snap and bite at the fish until they are close enough to reach out and beak your hand trying to eat the fish pellets. It was quite a site, which of course we had to partake in and feed the fish and swans.
After we cleaned the swan saliva off and nursed our beak bites, we directed our attention to the ...
... recommended by our hostel which was just on the corner of the square. ‘Master Kong Chef’s Table’ was supposedly the best noodle restaurant in town, so we ordered two lots of Spicy Sichuan Beef Noodles and waited. Just one word ‘WOW’, oh my lord they were good, a huge bowl of noodles, shredded beef and the most amazing spicy broth. We devoured them quickly and noisily, mimicking the other patrons. ...
... eat. However our taxi ended up following the wrong taxi so we ended up outside some random hotel (why does this trick always seem to work perfectly in films?) Fortunately, having learned from previous mistakes, we had written down the adress of our hostel in chinese characters this time :)
Then we ended our weekend stay just having a relaxing sunday, lounging at the hostel; playing ping pong, watching TV shows and eating pizza. :))
... for corporate community relations in the GMU. Had tea and drinks in the lobby of the very lovely and serene Sofitel Hotel on the river, then a short break, and back out in the evening with the IBM team. Went to China Lane (I think that is the name), a beautiful old section with dozens of shops, restaurants and tea houses. Many families, youth, etc out enjoying the evening. Had ...