Yinhe Dynasty Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... pandas, where the narrator compared the challenge of saving the pandas to going to the moon or building the Great Wall of China. My friends and I found this quite comical. Eventually the park became quite crowded, and our guide decided it was time for us to leave. Walking by a habitat on our way out, a panda popped out of the woods right next to me! I really enjoyed seeing a panda so close and being able to interact with this creature in the little way that I could.
Clinic this morning was at the main hospital. A similar experience as the outpatient clinic where I was yesterday but this was much busier and business as usual in China- crowded and chaotic yet incredibly organized and efficient. The hospital system is the largest hospital network that focuses on what we call Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It's a difficult distinction to make here though because TCM doctors here are trained in Western allopathic medicine as well and ...
... around taking photos of the smaller relatives – we didn’t have the heart to tell them they’d missed the real show over an hour ago.
Some American high school kids seemed to take great pleasure in ignoring the keep quiet signs and were hissing and barking at the animals. Louise cracked me up at this point and told one of them to cut it out. He looked embarrassed in front of his friends (hilarious) and pretty much ran off with his tail between ...
... have a shower and warm bed to get too. However, a backpackers job is never done, so when we arrived in Chengdu (after 10 hours) we booked our way out, to Litang via Kanding (a 2 day journey, on a bus, sleeping the night in Kanding). We went back to Sims hostel in Chengdu, slept very well and started over again.
... person on the flight.
The flight itself was fine, though long. It annoyed me that they didn’t seem to care about the relative time at either end of the journey, but I can understand why it was structured the way that it was too. They fed us dinner after about an hour in flight. I got the western food, which was steak and potatoes with a roll, a salad, and some cake. I tried to eat it (the lemon cake was quite amazing, actually), but since I’d just eaten lunch ...