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... giant panda is the name of the breed). When we finally arrived at the hotel we plopped down on the beds and fell asleep. When I woke up the next day it felt like it was 5:00 AM because of the time zone change. After a quick breakfast we got in our tour guide's car and set off to the panda center. Once we got there it was all panda, panda posters, police with panda heads, and even a short panda animation. After we got inside and walked around a bit we saw a crowd of ...
... very lucky to be safe and sound. A few busses got buried in the landslide, people died and went missing the floods, and some people on the tour that couldn’t afford a flight out had to wait in the village until alternative road transport was available.
Food & Drink
Favourite Local Dish: Hot Pot!
New Tastes: Sichuan Cuisine. Chilli!!
International McDonalds Meal: Beef burger Mcwrap
... so that we can decorate even more of the hospital, or so that they can just have fun...
Patients seems to be a very deeply respected virtue, and it is present in a lot of the Chinese medicine. Often you will see parents waiting with children on their laps listening to music on a smartphone, feeding them mystery snacks, or singing to them.
There are many different treatments that you can see in the ...
This morning Sam and I walked the final five or ten kilometers down Emei Shan. The trail map, the Lonely Planet, and other hikers gave us conflicting estimations of distance. It's safe to say, though, that we hiked between 35 and 45 kilometers in two and a half days.
My legs are functioning at about 1/3 capacity. As we began our final descent (pardon the melodrama, I know this isn't Everest) we met up with a young Chinese girl who told us ...
... squatty potties, but damn, I am going to really enjoy having a western toilet again.
Today we went to this store that is kind of like the Chinese version of a super wal-mart. We needed a lot of basics such as a mop, shelves, blankets, power converters, hangers, snacks, etc. By the end of the trip we basically all had completely full carts. We all looked like such stereotypical Americans with giants bags of ****. No ...