Date registered: April 24, 2012
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Very nice acoustic guitar for sale. It's a Dove model with Fishman pickups, all set up by a professional guitar tech. Comes with both a hard case and a soft case, guitar strap, and guitar cable. Asking for 1400 for the lot.
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After seven years living in Chengdu I'm moving and selling most of my things; and entire apartment's worth of stuff. Come Get It!
Electric Scooter - 1500 rmb
Dove Acoustic Guitar w/Fishman pickup and hard case - 1400 rmb
Fender Frontman Guitar Amp 25 watts - 700 rmb
Line 6 Pro Live Guitar Effects Board - 1000 rmb
Boss Micro BR Digital Recorder - 500 rmb
Guitar Stand - 10 rmb
Violin - 500 rmb
Salar Stereo Headphones (A100) - 100 rmb
Yoga Membership (Hang Kong Lu valid until July 12) - 300 rmb
Yoga Mat - 50 rmb
Fish Tank - 50 rmb
Iron & Ironing Board - 50 rmb
Fan - 50 rmb
Aluminum Attache Case - 50 rmb
English books - 20 rmb each
Free kitchen stuff, house ware stuff, or guitar cables if you buy something. There's much more, too much to list.
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The best bread in Chengdu isn't at any of these laowai focused places, but at the Xinjiang restaurants all over town fun by the Uyghur people.
It's a flat bread baked in a tandoori over and they usually sell them for about 3 RMB.
They start making them in the morning and they're usually sold out by dinner time, so visit mid-day.
The bread can be taken home and wrapped up and will last a day or two.
Beer made with authentic Chengdu tap water.
You can really taste the rust.
Not very good food, and sleezy staff.
I've given this place several tries always hoping it would be good and it never really has been.
This last time booked one of their set meals on Tuan Gou, upon arriving told it wasn't valid (despite having already been charged onto my credit card and no refund).
bit or argument was given a sloppy set of half sized portions and left hungry.
Thank goodness there's great shao kao nearby and Bookworm right across the street.
If you want really good Indian food in Chengdu the only place is Cafe Z in the Shangri La Hotel.
You'll spend about the same money ad you would at Tandoori, and it includes the rest of the buffet as well.
Avoid Tandoori, where Indian and Chinese chaos merge into one giant ball of crap!