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with my host student Arthur.
This weekend, as per usual in China, was a blast. Friday, after a long day of walking around Maweiyi Cultural Town, I met up with some Chinese and American students at DaYanTa, or the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, which is absolutely beautiful and also conveniently right near where I live! Dinner was fun and delicious, and afterwards we got to walk around the Pagoda at ...
... Airports are so far from city centers, it makes me anxious driving through nonstop city before arriving at the hotel. We are at the Hilton Hotel in the walled city of Xian. To me, the walled city is over rated as there are really few restaurants to choose from for choices of dining outside the hotel and difficult to find with the language barrier and large "blocks" – like “just two blocks away” – takes you 20 minutes to get to and then ...
... hands and the heads of the terracotta warriors were made separately, and each head is reputed to be different and individual. Although all the warriors were in the pits they had been buried in, many of them were in pieces and have had to be restored. The museum technicians and craftsmen who undertook this difficult task often had to remodel parts to restore areas of the figures that were too badly damaged to be reconstructed."
So after visiting the Army, I met 2 more ...
... building. Each warrior would have had some sort of weapon made with a wooden handle; time has long since rotted all the wood. The bronze head of these weapons were found on the ground next to the warriors. If you look at the warriors you will see a spear is meant to be in their right hand.
Tomorrow we head to Beijing.
I am about three ...
... lots of money on their infrastructure and especially in building tube lines. Unfortunately in X'ian only 2 of their 8 lines have been built with the nearest stops a bit of a walk from the hostel. When we tried to get a taxi (it costs £1 to get to most places within Chinese towns - so cheap), they ignored us so we made the trek to the subway. When we got there, it was mayhem as now the Chinese have the tube they don't really know how to use it. At this point we got fed up and ...