Starway Flower Hotel
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Today was at long last one of the highlights of the trip. We visited the Chengdu Panda Sanctuary. This is a breeding and panda study area as in the 1970's China realized that their national treasure was dying off due to interbreeding and loss of habitat. We were very lucky in that a baby had been born in July rather than the normal August to September. We would be able to see the baby in the incubator section.
We took the trolley (10 yuan and we'll worth it) up ...
... components to the meal, most notably the picked egg, tomato, and bamboo shoots. After landing, we collected our luggage, met Sha Sha, and made our trek to our private charter bus for the duration of our trip. Just as we were leaving the terminal, it began to rain...hopefully not an omen for things to come. We arrived at the hotel, and immediately went to lunch. All of our meals here thus far have been family-style, which allows us to try ...
... week. He is in Chengdu for work, he will start a position with a real estate agency end of this month, and in the meanwhile he does part time modeling. He is very tall by Chinese standards and is from Shanghai.
There are several black guys who's names I also don't know but they are friendly enough although sometimes a little forward.
Then every Friday and Saturday night there are two Mexican guys who both are a really good laugh. ...
The spoilt chubby Chinese princess decided that early mornings were the best time to talk loudly so it was an early wake up in Cabin 5 of the Lhasa – Chengdu express. Within the hour we arrived at Chengdu station, 44 hours after leaving Lhasa in Tibet. It had been a great train journey but we were ready to get off and head on. The lengthy process of unloading all of our luggage and once again reconstructing the bikes took a ...
... 8221; 300 YUAN!!! For 6 hours??? No. Thank. You. (that’s about $45). By the look of shock on my face, our conversation went something like this;
“Ok, ok, I give you 280”
“250!!!! More like 40!”
“40??? No no no, 200.”
I ended up getting hustled onto a shuttle bus by them and sat there, arms crossed, like a little girl having a temper tantrum. ...