Zenec International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... would be no sunrise to see. So we prayed for good weather and we got great weather! We could see in all directions.
Niubei Shan is 3.8km above the sea level, so you can actually see Emei shan and Leshan from this mountain, but nobody in my group knew which mountain was which because there are so many! There are also occasionally bad earthquakes in this region, so I'll have to pray to avoid one of those too...
... 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 ...
I got to Chengdu and was supposed to get picked up by the hostel but my train was about 1.5 hours late so they had been and gone. I got a taxi to the hostel with the help of a Chinese guy writing it down in Chinese for me in the queue. So I got to near the hostel and had to walk to the other side of the road and then walked up and down a bit til I found the hostel. It looked really cool though set in this courtyard type thing and had ...
... one), then the fortune was printed, told to me in Chinese, and translated by Dora. All this for 10 yuan. After exploring the temple's many buildings and courtyards, we crossed the river on a long hanging bridge - quite the experience, as it was very wobbly, with the turbulent river below. Further walking and sightseeing.... at one point, we found a woman with a bucket of turtles and learned that they could be ...
... sleep. Fortunately I never sleep, just like my Mom, so I am good after just a couple hours of sleep. When we finally arrived at the other SWUFE campus it was lunch time and everyone was calling for McDonald's after a long week of the Meat Locker.
Our group was a bit large on this particular day since everyone came in except for 2 of us, but we also picked up 2, so we had 13 people, meaning 5 taxis. If anyone has ever tried to catch a taxi in Chengdu, you will know it ...