National Construction And Geology Reception House
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... a well. Excavation is still going on today. The warriors are all life size and incredibly detailed, each one a unique individual. They were buried in long chambers, standing on tiled floors, with wooden roofs covered with fibre mats and up to 2 metres of soil. We started our tour at Pit 2 which contains around 1300 warriors and horses. The level of detail on each warrior and horse is extraordinary. From their expressions, ...
... my heart is a wireless station. So long as it receives messages of beauty, hope, cheer, courage, and power you are young.
When your spirit is covered with the snows of cynicism and the ice of pessimism then you have grown old even at the age of 20. But as long as you catch waves of optimism, then there is hope you may die young at the age of 80."
And so ends my reflections on China. The greatest risk one can take is not stepping out the ...
... ve seen at CAAM performances in the Twin Cities and the music really really good with some Chinese instruments to spice it up.
I love what I have seen of Xian so far. Our guide explained in terms of age it is like a grandfather of China. It is old but has many new buildings as well. I feel its soul so to speak, far more than I felt in Beijing, which was ultra modern and very fast paced. The only thing not to like right now is the smog, which ...
... to look at, Paul and I decided there was no need for us to enter them (us being cost conscious and all!). After a leisurely walk home we slept well in our very well air conditioned room and the softest mattress (so far). Our second day in Xian starts with an early tour. We start at 6:30am and meet up with other guests from our hostel for a tour to the Xian animal sanctuary to see some cute pandas!! We take a mini bus about an hour away from the city to ...
... seen where you could order ice-cream high tea. We however opted for a Belgium chocolate ball…a chocolate shell the size of a melon filled with 8 scoops of yummy icecream - it was a good job we chose to share this.
The next day we woke to sunshine and headed in search of the bus to Terracotta Warriors. For once we found an orderly queue for the bus – this appears to be ...