You Dian Hotel
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... the bus. Despite the utter beauty of the landscape, by about 1
o’clock, we had had enough and decided to leave the park.
We stopped at a little restaurant where Joel got to eat Yak
for the first time. He said it wasn’t half bad, but nothing that he would eat on a regular basis. We
whiled away the afternoon playing cards and trying to soak up the serenity of
our surroundings. I say trying because despite this being a small ...
... if not heavier. Next was a small lunch of an eggplant and potato dish, congee for Jim (his preferred sick food required it to be reintroduced to the menu) and handmade steamed dumplings with rice vinegar. We had decided that we would get a hotel in Chengdu as it was halfway through the trip and it would be a nice treat. We made a reservation online as we cannot figure out for the life of us how the Chinese phone system works yet. We received a confirmation ...
... broth. I observed - but didn't sample - the special plate Frank ordered for himself, which had tripe, duck intestines, and something else I didn't recognize. The place was fun - they handed out aprons to keep the broth from splattering our clothes, and gave small cloths to those wearing glasses so they could wipe away the steam. Michael was only disappointed that he couldn't keep the apron or purchase one. Once again, great food and fellowship. As we ...
... gloves just like a hospital, the new born cubs were only the size of a kitten, to think they grow so huge. No photo's are allowed and you view the cubs through a glass screen,every precaution is taken to protect these precious little bundle's of fur
The breeding program here has reared over 200 Panda's and this year China gave 9 Panda's to overseas customers. Definitely sooo worthwhile, a big highlight in our lives, a truly unforgettable day!
PANDA TOUR Y85 each
... than we wanted here, we might as well see the Giant Pandas . . . actually those ferocious looking Taoist temple gate guardians couldn't stop us even if they came to life. Our trip to the Giant Panda Station cost us 70 yuan each including transportation to and from the guesthouse and entrance fees.
Since we are leaving what we call China and headed to Tibet which is different we can now say something in general about China. We entered ...