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... and it got muddy, very fast. There were many other trucks and many trucks got stuck a long the way, so it was a long journey.
The only other young man in our group came for a second time to this mountain and when we got there to the top the weather was cloudy, cold and miserable. We slept wearing three layers, under two blankets, one of them had an electric heater, and it was just barely warm. He was really ...
... the thousands upon thousands of tourists. On almost
every path, there would be a sea of people who would push and shove you out of
the way. People would be yelling at the top of their lungs to others in their
group even if they were two feet away. Again, we got to witness utter savagery
as people would rush en masse towards an oncoming bus and try to literally claw
their way onto it. Young children and the elderly were pushed out of the way or
After walking in at about 3 AM from karaoke, many of my group were feeling the repercussions of the lack of sleep; however, the majority of us, meaning all but Scott and Dan, got up at 9 AM for the 10 AM bus to downtown. We were once again accompanied by Eamon and Lisa. We missed the first bus unfortunately due to a lengthy line that was quite unexpected. Missing the bus allowed time for Mal and Taylor to pass out on the benches, obviously still ...
... World Wildlife Fund is critically endangered with only 1600 animals surviving in the wild in three bordering Chinese provinces complimented by a few hundred held in captivity. The Sichuan Giant panda research centre represents the largest concentration of Pandas in the world and a Global centre of excellence for Panda breading.
On our first full day in Chengdu we took a tour of the centre arriving early in the morning when the Pandas are at ...
... to visit. The place is a myriad of gardens, Kunming lake abreast filled with paddle boats. Except in winter. When all of the gardens are frozen little tree and bush skeletons. And the lake is comprised of about 2-4 inches of ice (Beijing must get a lot of rain each year...). The buildings were still pretty cool, though the general appearance was pretty uniform. Some even had museums. The Wancheng Gallery, for instance, was pretty darn cool. Most ...