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... at the Chengdu airport. All other flights into Chengdu were sent to other cities. The storms were super bad and it was a very rough flight. I kept drifting off and at one point was woken as I pulled against the seat belt. We experienced several altitude drops. The poor lady behind us was sobbing. It was only a short flight, just over an hour, but it was a trip! Only bad thing - several of us had our luggage gone through and things ...
... How precise the were 3000 years ago would be near impossible for anybody to do by hand today. The pieces look like they were laser cut. This was such a unique museum, and definitely worth the visit!
Well...that wraps up the most exciting day so far. Tomorrow we are off to the oldest irrigation system in China, as well as climbing the mountain on which Taoism was founded.
C & J
... had packed in her job and is travelling indefinitely! There was also a couple from NZ and SA, another couple and daughter from Utah, a couple from Yorkshire (travelling for the past 3.5 years around Asia) and a couple from Belgium.
I went by taxi, early in the morning to the Panda Breeding Centre, (on the advice of a couple who had worked as volunteers at the Panda Base), before all the coach tours arrived - an excellent tip. ...
Today was the trip to the Panda Research Base. Soooo excited!
The journey is a short distance from the hotel. Inside the centre I made my way first to see the babies that had been born in August. The sanctuary includes adult pandas and red pandas and Swan Lake that keeps Koi Carp.
Lunchtime it was a bus journey to the train station. From here was a 2h journey to Chonqing.
The station was designed like ...
... ourselves, and I chatted mostly with a very nice American girl named Amanda, who was from upstate New York. I told her about my project, and she offered to take me to Tibet street, an area of town where there are mostly Tibetans and Tibetan shops. After the
mini-tour, Amanda accompanied me to several shopping districts in town that I hadn't been to yet. We even got to eat at a McDonalds, which I'd been dying to go to ever since a ...