YMCA Holiday Hotel Xi'an
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... for granted. I suppose that's the whole point of travelling - to slow down and smell the roses.
And now in the light, we finally caught a glimpse of what we couldn't see in the dark before - the stunning mountain scenery around us. With a strange burst of renewed energy, we quickly moved on to the South Peak for the cliffside plank walk. Yes, that terrifying plank walk.
So, the burning question that everyone ...
... H: the show was distinctly average. The costumes were filthy and the dancers looked bored. The acrobats were good but it was all just a bit average. Chinese national ballet it was not. Jiedi: the show was pretty good. Nothing compared to the shanghai circus show, but great none the less! Shout out to all those babes who did the umbrella show #rhiannawhereyouat it was ma ...
... are packed with Phone stores. I have never seen so many in all my life in one street. We have named a street just up from us "the phone street". There must be 50 plus shops in a row with phones and gadgets.
Went to McDonald's for a nice cold Coke today. Sat in the sun drinking it when a young group of students wanted to chat to us as they were studying English at school. They were nice but was still cautious of ...
... br> I decided to get up and initially walk around the wall as I had visited the terracotta warriors before but had been on the wall. I was in luck with my late start as there was a warrior demonstration on at South gate. It was the typical tourist show but quite fascinating. The warriors were all large people whereas the Shinto dancers were quite small and this shows the different sizes of the people.
After the show it was off around ...
... not look out of place in Las Vegas, and the fantastic 700 year old city wall illuminated just completes the piece.
Of course the Terracota Army is really why we're here and that speaks for itself, and it's not been all fun as we've 'done' the provincial museum and a temple!