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narrow streets crowded with vendors. There were glass blowers, a calligraphy artist, a tea shop, an adorable pottery store, and many more. Along with shopping for art and gifts (sorry I spent so much Mom), we were able to taste an incredibly wide variety of very.. interesting.. Chinese foods. My personal favorites were the scorpions (they're like potato chips but DON'T eat the tail), pigs feet, and duck heads which were so ...
... is don't get ill in China...trying to explain to the doctor you have a throat infection is hard work. I'm pretty sure all Chinese people think we are clever enough to know Chinese too. We will say something in English and they will be in your face speaking back in chinese. Thank god for google translate. 24th April - we booked a tour called the Delux tour that allowed us to see most of the sites in Xian. We meet 3 Americans from ...
... couch where I sit up watching movies until some ungodly hour of the morning. Hey, they have several Movie Channels and a huge flat screen TV which is not something I'm prepared to waste. They live across the river where there are now many HUGE apartment complexes. They have their ...
... spirits away. Finally an acheologist saw the helmut, recognized its significance, and the digging began. Mr. Yao is quite old, but he has learned to sign his name, and still autographs books in the museum, including ours.
There are several pits and an exhibition hall to visit. The first third of pit one contains uncovered and restored warriors. The second section of the pit is still being excavated. The third section of the pit is ...
... did a lot of celebratory eating on this trip.
Then came our flight back to Xian, back to the cold, smog and constant hocking of phlegm. It has been Chinese New Year here for the past week, so there have been some interesting parts to that. Beth just returned back to Kansas yesterday…back for good…she promises. I will be back sometime in July and our nuptials will follow shortly after.
Happy Chinese New Year,
Caleb T. ...