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Yesterday we managed to cycle out of Chengdu during rush hour without causing any accidents - we're learning the "traffic dance" weaving amongst many cyclists, scooters, pedestrians, and cars. At least traffic is on the same side of the road as at home and there are often separate lanes for the bikes and scooters. Taxi drivers are the ones to watch out for!
It was a tiny bit cooler yesterday ...
... No strong winds or something like that...
After that is a photo of the Rong Impression Hotel, something that still makes me laugh so much! They spelled Wrong wrong, and why would you name your hotel that?! surely you want it not to be that because either it seems like a bad hotel (which you dont want) and it is actually quite nice, or it is an aweful hotel but seems like a good one?!
The rest are just photos of friends that ive made here in china :)
... etc), we’re talking about really non-debatable things. That aside, the funniest/oddiest thing he said was ‘Ah, another waste of a day’ to himself….it was 9am… There were a few other odd balls, but we made it out alive. (and met some decent folk as well, including a fellow law student from Adelaide in our dorm room).
While I couldn’t imagine spending a lot of time in Chengdu itself, we did find a great place to ...
... who simply move ahead and take all things as part of life.
From Chengdu I head west and into the high mountains in a mostly Tibetan area. The going will be very rough at times. Some times, a horse may be needed to reach the particular sites I wish to film and write about.
The pounding rain that has drenched Guangzhou all day today is letting up just a little and hopefully will clear for a picture-perfect flight tomorrow morning to Sichuan where I shall post ...
... out of the sun. The both eventually came back out later, and I caught one bathing itself. Next, there was the giraffe house, my favorite part, as giraffes are my favorite zoo animals! Here, a group of students asked to take pictures with me, and I chatted with them for a while, explaining my purpose here. One of the students was Japanese, while the other two were Chinese. Interestingly enough, one of the Chinese students was of the Miao minority, one of ...