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... a kindly barman who tried to correct our rubbish Mandarin and get us on the way to ordering our beers in the right quantities.
Great Ideas, ear cleaning and slag slag surface:
Started off our big day's sightseeing with the Wenshu temple. As with most of our experiences in Chengdu, there was an element of uncertainty about the whole operation and it was only half way through looking around we were actually sure we were at the right place. After the temple, ...
... was either not accepted by the group or she just simply didn't want to join and stay out of the way. I felt quite sorry for the woman as she watched them all and danced along simultaneously with them in the background.
We then continued to the garden opera. We were served tea and wafers as we waited fro the show to begin. It was definitely an experience. I felt like i was watching the live auditions for China's got talent. An array of different acts would come on, some in Chinese ...
So after deciding not to go to Leshan or Emeishan I figured that I had better do something. So I booked a trip to the panda breeding center with some Dutch guys that I met in the hostel. We would be picked up at 7:30am, which no one was happy about. That is until we got to the panda breeding center and saw that earlier was better, because after a few hours the tide came in and we were swimming ...
... br> On the last day we took it easy and went down to the People’s Park and walked around. It was filled with people of all ages flying kites, playing games, dancing, singing, playing instruments, and enjoying tea in tea houses. They also, had these men that walked around with these long sticks and you could pay them to stick them in your ears and clean them. UM GROSS. I was totally disturbed by this. Certain ...
... and it took a little bit of time and walking to get to the adults section. It almost seemed off the beaten path and the crowds we had dealt with earlier were nowhere to be found here. It was nice being able to get several clear shots of the fuzzy pandas without someone trying to jump in for their own photos. We guessed that because it was so far from the entrance to the park, nobody really wanted to walk this far to see more ...