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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... for their school, a statue of horses. This was a perfectly fitting gift because we are being led by Sherri Lewis, principal of Campbell, and because in China it is the year of the horse. As a conclusion to our introduction they took us on a tour of the campus. It is much more like a university than it is a high school. A beautiful place to go to school. The students in classes as we pass by stop and wave at us in delight adding to our welcomed feel. The Lunch, ...
... and spicy noodles before heading back and collapsing into a much needed bed.
The rest of our time in Xian was very relaxed. We hung around the hostel enjoying the wifi, headed out to the Muslim Quarter to see Mr Delicious again, got merry on vodka, played plenty of cards but generally just chilled out enjoying the fact that on a night we would be climbing back into a soft bed!! We enjoyed it here so much we added on ...
... Roy and the rest of the students that went, the little girl followed, calling me Mama. She would keep on holding and trying to hold my fingers. She even gave me a yogurt drink that she later took back. When I hid or was away from her she would call for me, still calling me Mama. The other kids joked about how attached the little girl was to me. Her grandma tried to get her to leave me alone, but to no avail. As we were leaving, she followed me and I ...
We left Beijing by train only this time it time it was a fast train called a bullet train it went 300 kmph and it had trolley dolly's just like a plane. It took us 5 hours to get to Xi'an instead of 13 hours on a slow train, this was one of Brian's to do things ( that's another one ticked for him ) When we got there what difference from the arrival at Beijing it was quite empty, the taxi rank was sort of in side the station under ground so know one ...
... it. Instead I opted for a slightly closer hostel that was right next to the South Gate. A really kool little place with a series of courtyards and clean cozy dorm rooms.
I spent what little remained of the day doing a few travel essentials, getting my haircut and some laundry done as well as researching a few of the sights and attractions in and around Xi'an. In the evening I got talking to this Aussie guy called Jake and we decided to go to see ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed