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... half past two so I thought I best to let Dan slumber on. Around midday Dan awoke, started scratching his bites and immediately said how hungry he was.
This is another difference I have noticed between Dan and I, he seems to need to eat regularly, otherwise he feels like he is starving and about to expire, I’m completely the opposite, and can go whole days without eating, as long as I have a big meal at the end of it.
The guard ...
... and watch the smaller ones play. They are really clumsy and funny to watch. And I never knew what a panda sounds like which is kind of similar to a small horse or a goat! Ha ha! It sounds like they are laughing all the time :)
And as a bonus, me and sigrid got to pet one of the pandas while he was sitting with his back towards the cage! That made my day, now we felt like it was all worth it! Got to scratch a panda behing his ear! YAY!
... congestion and grey skies. We only wondered what the rest of China had in-store for us. Besides this, the main and only reason we were here was to visit the world famous Giant Panda Breeding Research Base.
The Base is home to over 50 Panda's and Breeding (obviously) is its focus. From March to May is the 'falling in love period' (wink wink), and in autumn and
winter, you can also peer through the glass into the panda 'nursery'. To help these animals breed ...
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The People's Park is very similar to a Chengdu version of Central Park in NYC. It is a large park full of trees, gardens, gazebos, statues, court yards full of people and little stands, and many other attractions. The gardens and plants of the park were the most beautiful I have seen in China so far, which seems to prefer the concrete gardens of buildings over the natural beauty of plants. Taylor bought a bubble wand from a vendor in the park and ...
... for our DSL internet. After an hour, hour and a half, I finally signed the contact. Our contract came with a free cellphone with 500 minutes, landline with 600 minutes, and internet for about 1500 RMB for 6 months ( ~ $220). Our landlord was awesome because she kept arguing and fighting to get the cheapest deal. Also, China Telecom only has 1 year long contract, but our landlord fought so we could have just a ...