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Ankunft: 01.03.2011 20:50 Xian Abfahrt: 04.03.2011 19:12 Xian 01.03.2011... Am nächsten Morgen wachen wir zwischen Plattenbauten auf. Es gibt keine Klimaanlage im Abteil, also müssen wir die Tür aufmachen, was zur Folge hat, dass die chinesischen Männer ständig vor unserer Kabine stehen bleiben und minutenlang glotzen. …
... lacked a guideline on how to move forward and address the problem of lack of food. The new Mayor picked up on the piecemeal approaches towards progress and came up with some plans to make the small village flourish. Early pictures in the museum showed, houses in need of
repair, and basic means of farming. He saw the need to progress as a community to survive. One initiative was to remove old buildings ...
... between three pits and as tourists you looked down from viewing platforms, which surrounded them. The warriors were found by some unsuspecting farmers in 1974 and ever since archeologists have been uncovering more and more of the army and still continue to fit pieces back together. In total there are over 8000 warriors who were built to protect the first emperor of China in his tomb. Many of the figures lay broken, having been buried along with the emperor in 210 BC. I can't ...
... the meat skewers, walking along eating. Several stands selling fresh pomegranate juice.
After lunch we had a Chinese massage. I enjoyed mine very much, but for some of the others it turned into a painful, bruising experience, literally! It was a fairly deep tissue massage and you needed to remind the masseuse to not be so firm. Also had pedicure, felt wonderful. They asked if we wanted our ears cleaned, ...
... see photo). This
waiting position is taken by both young and old, using muscles Matt and I didn't
The bus journey came to end in a large bus
depot. Taxi drivers wanted 150 yuan to get to our hostel. Not being impressed
with the price, we hopped on a bus, 2 yuan each, into the city center with Mel,
Wouter and Michel. The bus stopped outside the grand Bell Tower, which at night
is all lit up and quite spectacular. At this ...