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... you could say... We were told to definitely not eat anything here with our delicate stomachs. Had to watch for pick pockets as well
Had to bargain hard here for a nice red,black and white tapestry...looking forward to markets in Beijing.
Squat toilets are not my favourite things, just sayin!!!!
Then off to bullet train, the station very spectacular, Chinese certainly know how to build a ...
... Be prepared to be photographed. The interest in the 'whities', as the Chinese call us, is interesting. Wherever we stop we generate curiosity, some of it more intense than at other places. It's often just impolite (in our culture) staring, but is frequently a request for a photograph or even, as often happens, a sneaky selfie with us in the background. It's given me a real appreciation for always asking permission to photograph a person (unless they really won't know it's been taken) ...
... which collapse almost 2200 years later. (that’s that “Last Emperor movie I referred to in the last update), For its age, the Xian City planning was incredibly modern. Originally it was designed with the governmental centers (palace & other administrative offices) in the center of the city with a series of loops (or . . .rings as they are called) around the city for easy access. Beijing is basically a copy of this concept and so ...
... to either the Mon or Weds party, depending on the age group. The school looked amazing, and I will try to get a copy of the photos that were being taken.
I was in charge of Pumpkin Bowling activity, where 2 teams competed with real pumpkins to bowl over the 'pins' that were made from cans covered with crepe paper. All the teachers wore costumes and masks, and had great fun scaring the kids and parents as ...
We had arrived in Xi'an after our first experience on the overnight train. In hindsight, I'd wish I had paid that extra $20 for a bed rather than trying to sleep in between Matt and Chinese guy on a seat that was more upright than most people sit, let alone sleep.
As we arrived, it was pouring down with rain and there was a musty smell in the air. We decided to embrace the backpacker way and turn down the numerous taxi offers ...