Kaibin Hotel (Chengdu Xiangbin)
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... top and walked through the panda nursery where we watched mothers and babies interacting. Babies stay with their mothers until about two. Took a ton of pictures. But then we went to register. Four of us had made reservations to hold a panda so we had to go pay. It is $340 American, 2000 yuan. It is a lot of money, but when will I have a chance to hold a panda again? We signed in and received our pass. After a bit they called our number and we went into a smaller ...
... were joining in a mass dance and they all knew the dance moves! It was really brilliant to see and I wish we had the same kind of thing at home! Imagine nipping to your local park and everyone doing the Macarena!!
We walked around the park a little as well and noticed something very strange! There were about 100+ pieces of paper stuck on sticks in the ground on one particular path in the park! We obviously couldn't read them ...
... circa 8th century) , it is carved out of the cliff face facing the confluence of the Min, Dadu and Qingyi rivers.
It was 11 am by the time we reached the entrance gate. After climbing several steps we reached the level of the curly head of the Buddha. The site itself is a massive complex with several temples and caves. We visited the Lingyun temple and even had a quick lunch at eatery serving rice and noodles with Sichuan ...
... good pay, and the work basically involved putting up with a spoilt kid for two hours, why did I leave? Well the added complication developed one night when I was alone with the Nanny. For some reason she decided to open up and spill the dark secrets about the family. Now remember that I have pretty basic Chinese and she had no English, but I’m pretty sure about the facts as I went over them a few times. Basically, the father Li Yan, was rarely ever home. He’d ...
... and paddy field landscape. There were many, many people working in the fields, planting rice, up to their knees in dirty water. Saw one working with water buffalo.
We had some homegrown entertainment on the bus with one or two people singing or telling jokes, so the journey was good fun.
Once again the guide had downplayed the hotel a bit too much, so we were relieved to find the room is ok. A bit shabby compared with the rest, ...