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... have to carry them all day. Got our deposit back but had to pay 20 yuen for a dirty towel?! Apparently one of the towels in the guys room was too dirty to clean?! We didn't really get how that could be but didn't want to argue with them.
As yesterday's walk was a bit further than we thought it would be we decided to go by Metro today. All signs were in Chinese and we didn't know what station we had to get off. But after looking closely on the map ...
... the Muslim quarter which is actually just a really interesting street with lots of shopping stalls. They were also selling street food but I found it odd to see them selling pigs trotters given that Muslims don't eat pork!? Our tour guide tested our patience again as she practically ran through the market so no time for shopping and see seemed annoyed when we stopped to take photos! I'm popping back today to pick up a few ...
... one city seemed to be transforming its waterfront into a mini Brisbane.
Not all things change though and Kashgar came through with its fantastic Sunday livestock market, standing in the middle of a sea of sheep listening to the good natured haggling, it could have been one, ten or several hundred years ago.
As we travelled eastwards we were often asked by our younger companions "how does this compare with when you were here last time?". As a rule we don't tend ...
... book for visitors - luckily, today was one of those days and Mum is now in the prize possession of a book about the Terracotta Warriors, signed by the farmer who discovered them!!!!!
First, Pit No 3 - the smallest of the three pits which contains 72 horses and warriors. Pit No 2 contains around 1300 warriors and horses and has not been fully excavated yet and you could see remains of soldiers lying in the earth. In ...
... though it's not Milan or Harajuku, China has an amazing sense of fashion that stands away from them. It's not flashy and it's not all the way different. It's a sensible street fashion that at the same is good looking but also very easy to get (if you don't shop at those higher end stores, I'm pretty sure you can find similar quality and style clothes in a less expensive store). I mean everyone I saw was fashionable in the entire mall and in the marketplace under the Bell Tower!