Tianlun International Hotel
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... clean, bright and friendly. It certainly cheered me up from my train journey.
I was busy emailing when a young Chinse girl was crying looking quite scared. I discovered that she has argued with her American boyfriend who she had only met for the first time 10 days ago. I calmed her down and made sure she was not hurt, which she wasn't, and took her back to her room. She thanked me and said goodnight.
As I came back from ...
... into each broth and tried it that way. It was really messy and not an eating experience we want to repeat to soon. Wouldn't have missed it though.
The main reason for being in Chengdu is to go to the Panda research and breeding base. The base is set in some lovely parkland and is worth walking around on its own without the added cuddliness of the World Wildlife Funds pin up, Panda's. We saw Giant pandas on ...
... getting their subjects' hands in the precise position where it would appear to be holding the statue's face up. V recalled a sunrise on Oct. 1, 1993 up in Mt. Taishan where several people got themselves photographed with the sun trapped between their fingers or even igniting their cigarettes with it.
Fortunately, progress was swifter after two sets of steps as they got narrower to allow single file only. We got down to the ...
When I was a kid, I heard a story about a guy, who knew a guy, who knew a guy that saw a car fall off a jack onto his buddy who was working underneath. The guy, with no other options left at his disposal, ran over to the car and with super-human abilities, he lifted up the car, enabling his friend to escape. I believed the story at the time because I was six and, well, stupid. As wisdom slowly replaces gullibility, I question any story involving more than ...
... the hostel offers cooking lessons, however his optimism was not realized. The food was *ok*… but not great. Uniformly underseasoned, unfortunately… although after the fact, Andrew realized that they may have a directive to make food for westerners more bland. The ma po tofu was ok, but they used a bit too much sichuan peppercorn, and our tongues were numb halfway through. Lol. We were still feeling peckish and we thought it would be ...
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