Home Inn (Chengdu Wuhou Avenue)
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... or so
Then the pix from bottom to top
But wait, we have to walk back up
Many, many steps all different sizes
Wonder if I’ll be able to walk at all tomorrow
Finally we’re at the exit level and the path leads thru
The fishing village – now little restaurants each with it’s own
Fish, eels, frogs in buckets in front just waiting for their ...
... happened to have an open window. Two women were outside the building hanging into the window to listen to the private event. It was obsurd. I resisted the urge to close the curtain. Others were pushing into the back of the room to hear the presentation. I wish I had taken video or a photo of them. Tonight we went to a Sichaun face-changing Opera. This was held at a tea house and some of the added services is a chair massage and EAR CLEANING! Are ...
Visited panda breeding centre 18km north of Chengdu. Saw red pandas, giant pandas, panda cubs and movie about breeding. Apparently artificial panda insemination is as big an accomplishment as launching a satellite into space... Nice comparison China!?!? Caught 3hr coach to Emie ...
... their orders. I think there are ways to take care of yourself without hurting others, but maybe that isn't as true in China.
She then asked, "How do women have natural births in America? I just don't see how that is possible!!! In China, we all get c-sections. We don't even try for a natural birth because that would be too hard." I then explained why some women want a natural birth and also explained the use of an epidural for the pain but how some women ...
Two days ago we arrived in Chengdu, and it's wonderful.Unlike Xi'an, the streets are much cleaner and not filled with muck and slime, and it's a lot less crowded. The day we arrived we got off our train (and got a full nights sleep in a sleeper cabin with a bed!) we went to explore the town. Our first destination was Wenshu temple. The grounds for the monastery were serene, and unlike other temples we have ...