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... young pandas were taken off for
cuddles for this program.
The red pandas who had appeared to be posing for
pictures were, I realised today, taking turns to watch for lunch. After it was
delivered by means of an ingenious drawbridge they disappeared to sleep in
We then set off for "Wide and Narrow Street".
This was an area rebuilt to resemble old Chinese streets and was ...
... difficult to find somewhere that has English menu's and deciphering the Chinese menu is very hard work. Hunger won in the end and we ended up in an intriguing little place, only because you actually cook the food yourself in a big boiling dish of oil/water!! We had to go pick what skewers we wanted first of all....I stayed away from the meat because it looked a little dodgy and I didn't fancy cooking it myself, but Liam had ...
... was a welcome change to depart from a feiji chang (airport) and that too an international one (Chengdu has direct flights to Bengaluru!). Our flight was also scheduled to arrive at Kunming's brand new airport that only opened June 28th.
The location of this entry should rightfully be tagged Leshan, Sichuan Province which is around 120 kms south of Chengdu. But quirky Travelpod is unable to locate Leshan in the right province.
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 ...
... Apparently they often don't have much of a maternal instinct when their first baby is born. I'm quite suprised that they have not become extinct yet, with the lack of maternal instinct and their choice of food which is plentiful (if humans aren't cutting down your forests) but not very nutritious.
The rest of our time in Chengu was pretty relaxed. Pete got his ears cleaned by a man with scary looking implements and we had some nice tea and nice western food with ...