Jinjiang Inn Chengdu Dongfeng Bridge
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... we here?" ) I entered the large hall and saw various exits with numbers above it. One said K166, ok I saw that number on my ticket. I just followed the direction indicated by this number and arrived in another hall with side exits , One of the exits had a sign” K166” above it and had to be my train exit. A few minutes passed en the doors opened. Everyone walked through the gate and made a right turn followed by a left turn down the stairs to the plat ...
... in some traffic, but after 30 minutes of sitting at a dead stop, we made it. We then had some lunch and headed towards the Giant Buddha. They told us we had to also buy a ticket for the Buddha park, so it cost us more than we thought. Oh well, little things like that don't seem to phase me anymore. The first thing we saw when we entered the Buddha park were two men holding monkeys, and for 25 yuan, you could get a picture holding one. When people see ...
... doing at school in Australia. Despite there ...
... in my apartment so not much difference. The journey was pleasant as to my surprise we were mainly passing through mountains and countryside. Where are all these polluted cities China is known for? Not anywhere I've been.
When we arrived in Chengdu that evening we took a taxi to our hostel. Taxis are very cheap in China. For a ten minute ride you can expect to pay about $2 dollars. Our hostel is one of best I've stayed in, in case any of you ...
... maybe because they knew what they we doing but afterward when we walked out of the place our aches and pains from the full day of walking the day before were gone; and at $4 for the hour we were happy with it anyway.
We decided to walk back to the hostel though so we could grab some fruit from the markets on the way; of course that was a bit stupid as the soreness we just got rid of in our legs and feet returned a little, ...
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