Jinjiang Inn Chengdu Wenshuyuan Subway Station
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... their cameras at their eyes and I knew that we had found some pandas! I did not see them at first but as I looked closer I saw 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, pandas! They were munching on bamboo and they looked pretty big. I soon discovered that these pandas were only one year old and some even bigger than those. I was impressed. Then we went into the room and it was apparently where we were going to get our picture taken with a small panda. The way that they did it was they took ...
... before we left. But, Maddie and Katie were more into a peacock that Dad tried to get to open its feathers by mimicking the coo, but to no avail.
After some time, the crowds now descended here too. We had kept one step ahead of them. It was great.
Given the heat, now was the perfect time for the Panda movie that was playing every 15 minutes. It was great too. Then, down to some air conditioning in the ...
We continued without a hitch and stopped in a town for lunch. We were one of the last poeple off but the people we got picked up with had saved us a seat. Lunch was good - you sit round a table and are given a hufge bowl of rice in the middle and several small dishes which you help yourself to - things like tofu, vegetables and noodles.
We also had a pretty rough toilet stop. The toilets were basically a long drain separated by waist ...
Dao, the Director of the Hygienists at the office explained that the religious theme of the office décor was due to the founder’s faith and left it at that. Ahhhh, Feng Shui by Mother Theresa, Dave thought! Then he launched into a sales pitch for upgrading our appointments. He said ‘we will start with an examination’. (No Thanks, we want just the cleaning). ‘Well, you should know if you have ...
Chengdu is een grote stad (4 miljoen inwoners) en er is vanalles te doen. Zo ging ik op een avond naar de Sichuan Opera, een mengeling van dans, slapstick, muziek, shaduwspel, marionetten en het beroemde veranderende maskers theater. Ook bezocht ik het River Viewing Pavilion en het bijhorende park met 200 of zo verschillende soorten bamboe (ik vond ze allemaal nogal op elkaar trekken). In de parken zie je mahjong spelers in de theehuizen, kalligrafie kunstenaars ...