Super 8 Chengdu Fukai

Address: No.60 Kehua North Road, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

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A travel blog entry by doritberkovits on Oct 24, 2015

... 1502;ש ניסתה בהצלח 92; לשלוח קרניי 01; דרך הענני 01;, והכל נראה פתאום
מופלא. מעל הענני 01; הציצו ...


A travel blog entry by mknox on Mar 30, 2013

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... to help us order a catfish hot pot (mild) and Linda had to go and send it to its fate. This "mild" version nearly blew my head off it was the hottest dish I have eaten in last 10 years and once my teeth went numb I had to give up. Shame too as it was delicious (I believe). Saturday we were up early for our trip to Giant Pandas. Our young guide Tony (not his real name) was studying for his PHd in demographics and wants to advise the government on poverty management. His English ...


A travel blog entry by tonyclarke49 on May 03, 2012

After interesting 16 hour overnight sleeper journey arrived in Chengdu a nice newish city. Hostel very handy as very central. Wandered around town and visited the Peoples Park, very pretty but with strange goings on- individuals practicing dances, musicians, karaoke and old ladies pretending to be on a catwalk!

Fri 4th
Up early for trip to see ...

Food at School

A travel blog entry by jasper.lawson on Sep 08, 2011


My school provides me with breakfast and lunch each weekday. The food they serve took a little getting used to as it isn't what westerners would often eat. Every breakfast I have a bowl of rice porridge, similar to oat porridge but more watery. There’s also a pickle of some sort – either cabbage or some other vegetable which is soaked in vinegar, chilli ...

Save the terrapins..

A travel blog entry by adamandheidi on Aug 30, 2011

6 comments, 5 photos

... thought it was quite tasty. We then decided to walk to further street cafes to try more dishes, we had; langoustines in crispy bread crumbed batter, rice dumplings and black rice balls that were sweet. It was all very yummy. After lunch we went to stock up on food for the three day boat trip, Add saw the fish counter where people were catching their own fish from tanks, and then giving them to the fishmonger still wriggling for ...