Yun Long Hotel
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... In turn half the room chanted while the other half knelt, and then they swapped over. I'm sure that was only the prelude, but we didn't stay for more. We've continued to be amazed by traffic and road antics, though have also seen several small crashes, and an irate scooter driver kick and smash the glass of an autorickshaw. What is amusing though, to us ordered English people, is how quite a lot of traffic goes through red lights to move when it is supposed to ...
... in China, and there was a definite feeling of relief, relief that for one night, things were a little bit simpler, for one night, we were taken out of the incredible, overwhelming, never ending swarm.
The path for the majority of the two days remains high, with the river far below, until the end where you can walk down to the Jinsha River itself, and it's one heck of a climax. Standing on the Middle Tiger Leaping Gorge Rock you learn how it ...
... anything will do.
The second pen was the same as the first, the pandas were just sleeping. “Good job we heeded the advice on the internet and came early” Dan said. We set off towards the exit, stopping on the way to see something called the ‘Red Panda’. I didn’t realise there were pandas of other colours, so we approached with interest. They were different, and I can’t really see why they ...
... time is 8 am the next day here in Chengdu, China. We were greeted by Flora and Vassy at the airport at the ungodly hour of 1 am and taken by bus to the Haoge Business Hotel just across the street from the hospital.
TanTan, the teacher from PCOM who coordinated the trip, made sure we had running hot water, relatively clean floors/rooms and toilets. Toilets are not common in China (more on that later). Some of the other ...
I'm not even going to document the **** we had to put up with when we tried to check out. It would totally spoil the rest of the entry.
The Panda Base is just a short ride from downtown and in twenty minutes we are on the Tram and heading up the hill to see these cousins of the raccoon. Just as I remember it, the Base is lush and green and there are crowds of people jostling for a front row view of these bears that ...