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... made some noises and the Panda's knew it was time to eat breakfast - They came walking and running over and he threw the bundle of Bamboo into the Panda area.
Pandas eat about 80 pounds of Bamboo a day - that's a lot of bamboo - and when they eat they sit around as if they are at a ...
... mate who slept for the entire day. No joke, the entire
day. Snoring and all. She did wake up for about an hour to sit and munch
through 2 kilos of sunflowers seeds. It sounded like she had smuggled a
squirrel into our cabin.
Our first day in Chengdu was spent planning the rest of our
China trip. We have decided to cut out Hong Kong as we are simply running out
of time. We also wandered around the Wenshu monastery which was a tranquil
... to the hotel, this was paradise. Friendly staff, tour and travel booking, garden and patio in the center, bar and laundry!!! We checked in and then headed out for food. We found the Chinese version of wal-mart and picked up copious amounts of kleenex, some ramen noodles and Sugus. Sugus is kind of like starburst but better and Melanie is now addicted. We didn't have time for Pandas today so we booked a tour to the sischuan Chinese opera for the evening and then headed ...
... children about our perspectives on families and raising children. We had lots of great questions from the audience and it was very interactive. I also got to step out and conduct an interview with various members of the local press... will be interesting to see what gets portrayed about the event in the media! I was asked what I thought of the "Tiger Mother" book - I said I was more of a Kitty Cat Mother. The event was really fun and rewarding, and the ...
... there. The rest of you will have to wait until I get back.
My roommate, Taylor, got me really excited about the idea of visit Tibet and we were really gung-ho for it until we talked to our Chinese friends who told us this is not a good time of year to visit and that it would be severely cold! Mostly what is holding us back though is the fact that the border is closed through March, which doesn't really leave us a very large window of opportunity ...