Super 8 Chengdu Fukai
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... but it was delightful to see these seniors getting their exercise in this fun, social, and completely uninhibited way. It's not the image of the Chinese I had before I came, but consistent with one I would have throughout our stay in China. The Park offered a glimpse into Chinese daily life that was wholly different than anything we'd see in the U.S, including: a group of ladies all putting on make-up, several men with large paint-brushes, painting messages (in ...
... people on our tour and spent the day exploring the park with them.
The nature reserve was amazing! Some of the bluest water lakes fed from underground sources. The area used to be covered with glaciers which ground the rocks down into calcium carbonate powder – this is what gives the water the spectacular blue turquoise colour! There were so many multi-layer waterfalls to see as well and the walking platforms had been ...
... though. Why on earth did I bring a ton of piriton tablets I will never use, and only 1 set of Lemsips?
The Chinese seem to have an ability to sleep anywhere. In Beijing Olympic Park, people were asleep on every bench. I've seen people asleep in the main shopping streets, with music blaring out of nearby shops, and next to main road with traffic horns blaring, but most surprising is the amount of people I've seen asleep whilst working. Now I know ...
... nothing is ever where it's supposed to be in China, but we finally found the place and had a nice dinner.
Chengdu, we've decided, is similar to every other Chinese city we've been to. The only differences are an abundance of outdoor restaurants and more cyclists than we've seen in Shangahi, Beijing, and other large cities.
... took us out to Pizza, and the Dean of the college met us there! Since I am an American student I'm a high priority and he wanted to make sure I was okay and not telling all my friends to never come to China. Then he offered to take me and Tao to Jingli street which was super awesome! It was straight out of Mulan. Traditional Chinese buildings and lots of hanging lanterns. There were also lots of little souvenir stands ...