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... Lan have missed their bus to Leshan so they decide to follow me to my hostel to see if there are any spare beds for the night, which there are. They ask me to join them for dinner but as they were looking for something extra spicy I politely declined, I was tired and my stomach had just about recovered I didn't think burning it would be appreciated. I spend the evening at the hostel eating, resting, skyping and booking hostels for the next few ...
... the "sidewalk" that are ridged to allow blind people to walk on them and not walk into the road.
19. Scooter parking in blind path. The blind path is great, until you come across 15 scooters parked in in. Scooter dominoes anyone?
20. The most important purchase you can make is a quality fan. Seriously. It's hot. A cheap one just won't do.
There's the first 20. Look for 21-40 over the next few days.
C & J
... people painting with water and giant paintbrushes and chinese karaoke. Everywhere you go, there are groups of old men sat down playing a game called Mahong - we watched one for a whiloe but still have no idea how to play!
We caught the bus back to the hostel but got off a bit too early and had to navigate our way home. We played pingpong and I was rubbish and then we played doubles with these two dutch kids and the girl was so much better ...
... good, some downright awful) and in the middle of the park a photography exhibit, a group of about 60-70 people dancing in unison and what I have to say is the weirdest fashion show I have ever seen.
After that we headed to the old part of Chengdu, to hopefully get something to eat and check out a monastery. The old town is much more authentic looking than the old part of Shanghai, and the monastery (Name?) was probably the best one we have seen ...
After the bamboo ran out, I moved along to more exhibits with various kinds of deer and deer-like animals, all of which you could feed small bunches of bamboo for 1 kuai per bunch. I decided to just keep walking, because by this time I was really hot, kinda tired, and a little forlorn in that I hadn't passed by the panda exhibit yet. I did pass by a small amusement park.
Just as I was lamenting to myself that I hadn't seen the ...