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I found out by chance that the world's largest building was a 30 minute subway ride from where I was in the city...so why not right?
Yes it is quite large.
Basically a giant mall, but it's like VERY giant so that counts for a lot I think.
Great place to spend a day and escape the air pollution, and lose a lot of money!
Most things here are more expensive than in "the states"
Hey Everyone! Today's schedule mirrored the previous 2 as far as schedule goes. After breakfast we had our third Mandarin class. Today's class focused on the most important concepts of the entire trip: Shopping! We learned how to barter with the vendors, which will come in handy when we are shopping at the market in Beijing. We also learned the names of different fruits. This came in handy when we went to the fruit market after dinner to get some fruit to have in the room. ...
... and dry-heaving echoing down the hallways bellows a reminder of what some are trying to reverse and forget from the night before. Perhaps this is just another big city where things like this happen all the time (more on sexism and male domination later).
Prior to arriving in Chengdu, we were in the Southern City of Zhuhai which now in comparison to Chengdu’s massive size (traffic, ...
... incubators to fully grown adults. I loved watching the toddlers who would run and climb and fall just like human babies. There is so much expression in their faces. They are amazing creates.
The rest of the day in Chengdu was free. As usual we were just killing time until our next night train so we split up, grabbing taxis and taking off across the city to visit markets and temples before joining up again for a 9pm train to Xian.
... with tickets only, the ticket office was a whole other building. Not a far walk – but a deadly one. Not sure why the Chinese council (or whatever the equivalent is) decided to use the tiles they did, but they were so deadly. Si and I were slipping everywhere.. it was ridiculous. Felt like we were skating there. It was so bad that I took my flip flops off and braved bare foot – thought it would actually be safer for me to stand in who knows what than slip and brake ...