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... goldfish, we got on the bus headed for Leshan. It was to be a brief stop here to see the Giant Buddha statue by boat, which is the largest stone Buddha statue in the world. I've seen hundreds of Buddha statues since I left England and this definitely has to rate as one of the most imposing, unusual and memorable. Standing at 71 meters and carved out of sheer rock this Buddha statue nestles in a crevice looking out across the river to the city and Mount ...
We've been on the train for just over half an hour - only another 18 and a half to go!!! It's going to be a long journey!
This morning was fantastic, not only did we wake up to a rare sunny Chengdu day, but we went to the Panda Research Centre! 85% of the worlds panda population are from this area, its lucky that these highly endangered creatures have the 'cute' factor as the money being spent on ...
... to let anyone else see. They were men and women all between six feet and seven feet tall. I think that they were German, but it's possible they were Danes! I, at least could poke my head through and see a little bit, I felt sorry for the Asians. Brendan and I stood back and joked with a Texan and a spaniard about how no one could see. Brendan also took this opportunity to discuss RG III with the man from Waco. But there plenty more pandas to see. Mothers with their babies, a ...
... pandas. They come right up to her and wrap their legs around her legs. They sit in a shallow pond to eat and then they’re off to play again. The rain becomes a downpour, and we are now soaked to the bone. We take shelter under the entrance to the enclosure, contemplating our next stop.
The rain won’t let up so ...
... coolest attractions there is a Kwan Dao, that is made to weigh the same as Guan Yu's. Needless to say, it is clear that the stories about his power are exaggerated.
One of the other places I wanted to visit was the cottage built by Du Fu when he escaped to Sichuan during a rebellion in the mid 8th century CE. Du Fu was a famous Tang Dynasty poet, who wrote very prolifically, focusing particularly on the topics of war and ...