An-e Hotel (Chengdu Shuangnan)
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... yeah.....there still is only one musician in the family....and it's NOT me! Lol After the percussion class the kids had their music lessons so the adults were set free. I walked to the store to pick up a few things and got caught in a downpour! It rains a lot here. Because if the rain, we didn't venture out this evening. The traffic is horrific here and I am amazed there aren't accidents and pedestrian strikes ...
... club. I'm not all that keen on it because its not busy and fun like CC, and as they are literally round the corner from each other why not go to the better of the two?
Muse and Club 88 are in the same area, called Lan Town? Personally I don't like either as much as CC because they both don't have as many foreigners and are much more dense with Chinese people. Although this is a good thing, and Chinese people in general are super friendly you ...
... largest buddha of the world in Leshan (approx. 2 hours south of Chengdu), meet with the (very funny) giant pandas of Chendgu, attend a Sichuan opera, and walk around the city, including the impressive main square with the giant Mao statue!
We also go in northern Sichuan to visit the Jiuzhaigou National Park, located in the mountains on the edge of the Himalayan Tibetan Plateau. The park is really amazing with multi-colored pools and unique scenery. Luckily ...
... The massage business is in a large store front with armchairs around the perimeter for the foot massage, and tables in the middle, row upon row for the body massage. Here, massage is done, clothing-on. Despite the clothing, my 19 year old lad still knew how to bring the baby out in me! Like the ear cleaning – it was again work every bit of discomfort!
Tomorrow a 7 hour bus ride awaits. The first leg of a trip up high into the mountainous region of Sichuan.
... stayed at a small little hotel for the price of 50 yuan per night, which is very good value. Unfortunately our toilet was a squat style toilet, but hey, after travelling for this long you don't really care anymore. The next day we took the nightbus to Kunming. Wow, the nightbuses in China are way more comfortable than the one in Vietnam, we actually managed to have a decent amount of sleep!!
Unfortunately it was pouring rain when we arrived in Kunming so it ...