Super 8 Chengdu Fukai
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... spotted. This is the capital of Sichuan; directly to the west is Tibet, and back in the 9th century, its citizens would have gone to bed in the not implausible fear of waking to find that Empire's rampant reivers at their gates. That train has sailed, o ye Himalayans!
The usual drill upon our arrival at accommodation is to assemble in reception, where ZoŽ passes out room keys, while 'Claire' summarises and advises us on where we should go. There ...
... on the train, although I did have a scary moment when I was coming out of the metro station and the machine took my ticket, before deciding it was out of order and wouldn't open. It did let me through maybe 30 seconds later, but it was quite scary! How would I explain to the ticket person that I did buy a ticket - honest! - but that the machine swallowed it, in Chinese, before the train came? It was absolutely fine in the end, I was just tired and slightly panicked!
It was drizzling heavily when I got up this morning. I hoped that it would stop soon since we had booked a tour (RMB 108 each) to the Panda Breeding and Research Centre about 9 km. from Chengdu. The rain continued during our trip there and we had to use our umbrellas.
We first went to enclosure No. 10 where there were the most pandas. It was about half-past nine in the morning and was feeding ...
... it implied that only my head was going out, when in reality my whole body was leaving. I never looked at it that way before, which is why I love conversing with them. They make me analyze my own language and realize how strange and complicated it can be. I then said that you can "head" in a certain direction and to think of it that way. Now, every single day they say, "I'm heading out," or, "Are you heading out soon?" It is their favorite phrase. I simply adore ...
... sparrow (head and all). While we were in this popular part of town, Jonathan and I came across a couple hostels. Partly because I wanted to check out tours, partly because Jonathan had never been, but mostly just because I love hostels, jon and I visited holly's hostel (which I strongly recommend) and another international hostel down the street (the name has escaped me). There we ended up booking a tour for the sichuan opera on Tuesday night and ...