Wu Liang Ye Grand Hotel
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We met Steve about 5.30 and went down to the Jin Li area just before the Wuhuo Shrine with a fabulous shopping street and food street. Stopped and bought spicy noodles, duck spring rolls and glutinous rice balls in a sweet sauce. We stopped in a lovely bar with a singer singing in the garden for a cocktail before heading back to the hotel.
I am loving Chengdu and am really surprised by what a buzzy and lively city it ...
... were very cute and we spent a few relaxed hours just watching them.
Besides the giant pandas the center also had red pandas which are not really pandas but look like a mix of a raccoon and a fox. Interestingly their “cages” were semi-open and so that they could more or less freely roam the whole park – you could always figure were they were if you followed the screaming tourists. Good fun too.
... My highlight was the Red Pandas as they where more active and got up really close to them. Pandas over with we went back to the hostel ,had dinner and washed them down with a few beers.
3 Day was a day of planning are next move. It never took that long to sort out in the end. Went for what i will call proper sushi for the first time. None of that M&S pish(serge). It was delicious to say the least. Later on that night they had ...
... love with Jack especially because "he is so handsome", so he was woken up by them in the morning while I managed to sleep in till about 9 (which is a record for me on journeys).
After getting stuffed with treats again the train rolled into the station and it was time to say goodbye. We exchanged phone numbers... the family wants to meet up with us for dinner in Chengdou. Let's see if we can organize something.
... though, as they were talking about the reproductivity – and the females are only in season for such a short time. They are also solitary animals, so the chances of a male meeting a female at the right time are slim... Plus if they do, the females are so fussy, she might not even like them. The environment they choose to live in, doesn't make meeting each other easy either... They really are a little doomed!
Moving on from there, we walked to the male adult ...