Hanting Express (Chengdu New Shuhan)
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... our places and suddenly the amount of oxygen increases. Sisi starts to feel better already. Next to me is a girl from Bejing, Chang Kan, whose English is as good as my Chinese. Soon we have great fun talking with each other. She has spent 'the golden week' with her boyfriend in Tibet. Being locals, they were able to visit Ling Zhi in east Tibet. She confirmed that there was much military there. (This is because of the border dispute with India). ...
... all the work done there and then a walk around their museum, we were pretty much done. It was interesting to read more about them as I learnt quite alot of things that I didn't know about them before. I hadn't realised that pandas were around 3 million years ago and were one of the only things to survive the Ice age, unlike the wooly mammoth and sabre tooth tiger! It was nice to see all the good work that is being done there to protect and preserve them ...
... better than nothing. On the second bus she also told us where to get off. We then walked to the information and train station. No one could speak English. We somehow managed to communicate after 10 minutes of back and forth and found out you had to take another bus to get to the top of the mountain which takes two hours. Since the last bus leaves from Emei to Chengdu at 6pm we could not take it up which was really frustrating. Instead we walk the ...
... spicy, we ate a bowl of 'Sichuan fries' every day from a friendly street vender, which was fried potatoes mixed with chili, cumin and lots of other stuff. We ventured more into town a couple of times to grab some food and once to watch Newcastle play in a smoky Chinese British pub. The main task was planning out Japan, which is harder than it sounds as we refuse to pay £25 each for a dorm. Semi annoyingly it never rained, but it meant we could sit outside in the sun doing our planning. ...
... as well) on the edge of the city. For awhile I toy with the idea of going to see it, but the warm weather and high humidity, and lack of energy, lead me to decide not to. I have a fine view of a large stadium, where they are setting up staging for a concert of some kind. I read, nap, and meet the captain from yesterday for dinner at 1700. He had walked around the block earlier and didn't see any place too ...