As you might have suspected already, another Youtube Video is ready to be shared here. I wished I had managed to edit them at the same time as I was writing the blog posts, but I just recently found out how to edit videos.
I was looking forward to editing these videos from my Beijing trip. I feel like I got steadier at holding the camera, plus you can see me talking thoroughly in this one, right at the beginning, so it has more of a vlog-feeling.
You can read my blog posts about the first two days in Beijing here and here.
On our fourth day in Sichuan, we went on a 10-hour bus ride through the mountains and up to the valley and national park of Jiuzhaigou. As you can see in the video, we spent the evening of our 4th day hanging out with tibetan locals at a KTV.
On the fifth day, we spent the whole day to explore Jiuzhaigou National Park.
As you might have heard the bad news a few weeks ago, an earthquake hit Sichuan and with it this beautiful National Park. A lot of natural sights were destroyed, with it, the Nuorilang Waterfalls which you can see at the end of the video. They were the tallest waterfalls in China, now it’s just a heap of mud! Once again, this shows that we should never wait for a trip we want to go on.
Finally, I managed to edit all my Panda videos into one! It’s still 20 minutes long, but I could watch Pandas the whole day.
Actually, these Panda videos were the first reason for me to start editing all my videos. And I was really looking for a programm where I could make one Panda video and share it for my friends and family to watch and drool over the cuteness of these animals <3
And I don’t wanna withhold this video from you guys either, so here it is:
What about you guys? How much do you love Pandas? Have you ever seen a Panda?
Once again, I have finished editing the next video. In this one, I am taking the Star Ferry to Lantau Island, visit the Tian Tan Buddha and the Po Lin Monastery, and take the Crystal Cable Car back down.