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... Being the Sichuan province there was lots of chilli dishes - numbing sensation on the lips:)
After lunch, it was a bit of tourist time, and were taken to the country to view the Baoshan hotsprings, a golf driving range, and a french village called Bailu Town (which looked like something out of Shrek's movie).
Finished the day at another restaurant, which was gorgeous. Sorry too many pics to post, so will have to do a slide night on ...
... Chinese city that dates back to 11-12 centuries BC. The Bronze Age culture which inhabited it was re-discovered in 1987 when archaeologists excavated many amazing artifacts. The culture that produced these artifacts is now known as the Sanxingdui Culture, and archeologists are identifying it with the ancient kingdom of Shu. There are amazing bronze sculptures and these incredible masks. There are all sorts of jade artifacts and ...
... move or run, you should be slow to bypass or back.If does not have sufficient grasp do not attack, you should do it. When chased by snake, do not directly run or straight downhill running, you shoul run out of the "s" shaped route.
5,The snakes hate some drugs.You’d Best to bring some in the field excursions. In addition, you shoul bring some Broad-spectrum snake injury medicine when travel.
... helping and check she’d given us the right tickets either way. We jumped back on the local bus to the city centre where I got crushed into one of the seats. The bus makers definitely didn’t have a 6 foot 2 person in mind when designing the seats, I can tell you that for sure.
After arriving back in the city centre with our onward journey tickets safely in hand we headed over to a place called ‘People Park’ where we were told you can sit and ...
This day was particularly special for me as I had an interview with a music instructor from the music conservatory near Sichuan University. Lancelot, the Chinese guy that I met at lunch yesterday, helped arrange this interview.
I asked the instructor as many questions as I could about Chinese minority music, and although she gave me some pretty generic answers, conducting the interview was still very enlightening in that the subject of ...