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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... instead kept trying to push me out of the way. Michael heard me and also shouted in his face for good measure! Besides that, the train journey was pleasant enough. It took just over 4 hours to do 1200km, going 310km/h.
Arriving in Xi'an we hopped on the metro but got a little lost on exiting. A very friendly woman phoned the hotel to find out where it was, hailed a taxi for ...
... a bullet train :) that was cool! It looked cool too - like some kind of snake ready to race along the landscape at 290km an hour! We get there and the sun is beating down, and the only sunscreen we had was Factor 15! Oh dear! Anyway, just to diminish all your worries we didn't burn!
Our choices were to do a 2hour trek up the Mountain to get to the starting point to reach all the peaks OR a 30minute scenic cable car journey - we decided on the ...
... Lots of "I love yous" in Chinese and in English.
Finally it was time to go. It was hard to peel apart. Final rounds of goodbyes were exchanged and we were off.
... we meet, new foods
we try, customs and cool quirks we discover—those are all a part of expanding
our world. I’ve never been outside the US, except for this trip. My knowledge
is severely lacking here, and I am all too aware of that. I tread carefully in
this new society, worried that I may screw up and insult my gracious host
family. But I’m also aware that these new experiences shape us as human beings,
... to roller skate at various sites, like Tiananmen Square, the Olympic Stadium, the river front at Shanghai etc. You really do meet all sorts when travelling. Just remembered going back to one of Indian rail trips, there was some activity in our compartment regarding a traveller without a ticket. He was a small mouse who kept scurrying around for the duration of the journey, great fun watching everyone getting feet out of the way as the savage rodent went about his ...