Ibis Hotel Chengdu Kehua
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... style. The next stop was quite cool, five cute little pandas, only a few weeks old were in a cot and looked like cuddly toys. We were invited to stop in a cafe with a short documentary playing which gave a good insight into the work that the centre had achieved as well as an overview of the life of a panda. It was a little graphic in places and they referred to the need or desire to mate as falling in love. We wondered round for a couple of hours ...
... that she was indeed a very nice person and later on a good room mate during that trip.
We took the bus to the hotel in Chengdu and then we had the rest of the day for free choice.
Anneliees was also interested in going to the panda park which made us a small group of 2 people. She speaks Chinese very well which made everything a lot easier. So we took a small lunch first in a small Chinese restaurant (spicy!) and then went to the ...
... took another detour to drop off 2 passengers. Maybe we can get dropped off in our hostel? Of course not. The bus driver gets so sick of traffic he just forces everyone off on the side of the road. No idea where we are, we just follow the people we recognize from the bus a while until we recognize something.
After waiting 30 minutes with our full packs on to get on a local bus that's not already filled to capacity, we ...
... spent a delightful morning watching them eat, sleep and the young ones frolic in the "kindergarten" enclosure.
Chengdu was the place for Owen to be “struck down” – as we were getting ready to go to the airport for our flight to Lanzhou (train tickets sold out). It was a nervous but uneventful flight for him – at least it was only one hour not 17 or so on the train.
An inauspicious end to a fantastic ...
... or sleepers, we opted hard-sleepr. For us this is the best option as unlike the smelly seated carriages we could sleep comfortably. There are six beds to a room and goes from top, middle, and bottom bunks. We opted for the middle bunks as during the day you can sit on the chairs next to the window and sleep when you want without worrying about other passengers sitting on your bed, like they do on the bottom bunks. We also didn't want to stay on the top bunks as there is ...