7 Days Inn (Chengdu Yanshikou)
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... 15 years ago
“When I was interested in her, she was not in me
But we have stayed friends”
We meet her and feel an immediate connection
To this beautiful and bright and welcoming young woman
She has a good job too
Her Chinese name is Yan Zhan which means something like open face
So she’s adopted SMILE as her English name
She has been a news anchor and director at a Chengdu TV ...
... was amazing. Fighting our way through the thicket of market sales ladies, including one desperate to sell me a book on Guilin chased me for around 100 metres. She got herself down from 45 to 10 yuan, and I was almost tempted.......not alas I resisted. Off to the airport to catch our flight to Chengdu. We got in late, still managed a beer downstairs. I weighed myself, to my surprise I have lost 1.5 kilos. Must be the lack of cheese, potatoes and ...
... pretty much my favourite animal. Whilst most babies carry a teddy bear I had a Panda bear and I was damn near inseparable from it when I was little. Having never actually seen one in the flesh I was pretty excited. We got up early grabbing some bao-tse on the go and caught a series of local buses to take us to the Chengdu Research Base Of Panda Breeding. Its goal is to help preserve pandas both in captivity and in the wild. Started in ...
... running test. It is a difficult run that I would have failed at their age and would most likely fail today. They must prepare for a long distance run and also a sprint. I think it is good that these students have to do well on the test because it is teaching them to push themselves in ways they never would otherwise. I think America would benefit from a system like this because it might encourage students to get off the couch, put down the remote, turn off the video ...
... few pictures as the guide ran out of the van. A few minutes later, she re-emerged with our tickets and an audio receiver. I asked if there's an English one and she said No. Well, useless for Jesse then. He was being a good sport and said it was fine. I, on the other hand, was incensed as we wanted to learn about the history of the Dazu rocks carvings and it was not a fun learning environment when there was a big language barrier. We followed our ...