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... even giving each other a little playful cuddle from time to time. They were simply adorable with innocent eyes and black patches around making their eyes appear larger by a factor of 10. With only 1,600 living wild pandas in mountainous central China and more than 300 in captivity worldwide, the endangered special panda species has created an everlasting memory for us purely by their soft, cudley and innocent nature. A must experience for those of you considering a trip to China.
... br> We finally arrived at our boat, the President #1 and all clambered aboard. Here are the highlights...the exercise room is three pieces of equipment in the hallway and my martini came with a cherry in it! Cia and I hit the bar and ordered our drinks...5 people were manning the bar...popping up and down like jack in the boxes and scratching their heads...(we were the only customers) I am sure they cannot figure us out either! Finally...the drinks came from down the ...
... sure people get the best service possible.
o The other morning Janice and I went into the grocery store only to be greeted by 20 or so very well dressed staff (looked like a pageant contest) who all bowed and said good morning and welcome in unison!! The customer “is always right” felt real for the first time in a long time!
o Chinese birthday – you are 1 when born because zero is not ...
... us off at the hostel, if he could drop us off at the north train station, which was on the way. And luckily he did.
The reason we were here, to get our next onward tickets. Yes, you do have to book them early. Feels weird to arrive in a place, and straight away have to book leaving it.
So arrived at the North Train station and it was pouring with rain. It was also a massive station and so busy. We went to what I thought was the entrance, which it was, but ...
After landing in Chengdu Monday and an extremely full week, we went to the Gigantic Buddha or Big Buddha (my abbreviation "BB"). It is truly an experience beyond comparison. The closest thing would be seeing Mt. Rushmore in North Dakota. This Buddha was carved into the side of a mountain. It is HUGE!! You can climb to the top to see the Buddha, then walk down an extremely steep staircase carved in the side of the mt, ...