An-e 158 Hotel (Chengdu Wuhou)
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... girl all dolled up in typical Chinese fashion
Soon, like babies everywhere, she is reaching for his drawing book
Smiling and jabbering
And proud Grandpa is beaming
And happily chatting with the long-nosed American
Chen watches and marvels
At Alex’s ability to engage the locals
Wherever he is
WAITING FOR THE BUS AFTER VISITING THE ...
... was feeding time in the adult panda enclosure.. For a good 20minutes we were just watching the employees sort out the pandas breakfast and we started to think maybe that's all we were being shown but finally the pandas came padding out to their food... They were so bloody cute!!! They just looked like big fluffy cuddly toys.. I just wanted to squeeze them to death like I did when I was a child and thought something was cute (I never ...
16 hours sat 'BOLT' upright, touching knees with the person infront of you whilst dodging spit-ridden floors and AWFUL loos won't be happenin again I can tell ya!!! We both felt like we needed to be IRONED when we got off that train!! Having said that the 'QVC style' sales pitches halfway through the journey kept the mind sane! Sleepers next time!! Simple as that!!! Chengdu next stop, home of China's national treasure, the giant panda. That wasn't until Wednesday though. ...
... kids someday, but still, Julia was impressed with the super women in my family.
Once we got to the gardens, Julia, a group of her friends, and I walked around and took pictures. We then had lunch and sat around, trying to think of what else to do. Everyone else was playing Mahjong, the most popular game in China. Everyday as I walk along the streets of this amazing city, I see one table after another with people deep in thought, playing this game. I talked ...
... hotpot as you couldn't drink the soup, but rather dip skewers of food into boiling hot broth and gobble it down with some oily sauce. We got two types of broth, spicy and non-spicy, both were delicious (although Michael struggled with the spicy side with the Sichuan peppers). Full to the brim, we slept sound that night.
The next day we went to see pandas! Waking up at 6am to get there early ...