Wen Han Hotel
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September 20. Pandas! They are so CUTE, and there are so many of them. The adults are kept in solitary enclosures, because that's the way they like it. They mostly eat or sleep. Adolescent bears stay in small groups. And the babies – so precious! They have lots of them this year, and their mothers are not taking care of them, so they were all together on a pink blanket in the ...
... garden. We explained to Henry that we called deer meat, venison. He had not heard the term. The dish was interesting, but the meat a little tough. The beer was good.
After enjoying the gardens, we walked to the van we met some farm workers resting, they were friendly and agreed to having their picture taken. It was a fun stop. I'm glad Henry spotted the sign. Just a little glimpse into rural farm life.
Once back ...
... was like late harvest wine and 60% proof!!!
Very tasty and not hot. We spent a lovely time talking through Qianlan as translator. Shopping for food in local supermarket was something new. Thank goodness we had Qianlan.
Had to book in to hotel nearby as still no water. Qianlan very disappointed.
Next morning had to get to bus station by 6.20 to get tickets for bus to Juizhaigou. A 10 ...
... I pushed her back, running into the stall and slamming the door in her face. I know this sounds horribly mean, but in China, you have to be aggressive or you will just be cut in front of for hours. I then threw up three more times. At this point, there was nothing left to throw up, so I felt much better. I then walked outside and was told that all of the bus tickets were sold out, but that for 100 yuan a person, we could get a van. I agreed to this because I still ...
... enough although very, very steep down and I was glad not to be one of several couples we passed coming up. After a while though, the strain of constantly walking down stairs began to make itself known in my legs and ankles and the mist we thought we had left behind, started catching up with us. I was exceptionally pleased then when, fighting to make itself visible in the cloud, the shape of Elephant Pool Monestary became clear and, running to avoid the rain that ...