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Hello everyone! You might notice that this is written in a slightly different style to my writing previously, the reason being that I've have downloaded a new application called Dragon Dictation whereby I can dictate to my iPad and it writes notes for me so it's like having my own personal electronic secretary! I arrived in Xi'an on Friday and I thought it was going to be a small town, but actually its massive and I think that ...
... visit Xi’an’s biggest draw, the Terra Cotta Warriors.
It took the whole day of travel to get there and view the site but it was fascinating and well worth the time. That night it was chill time in the hostel drinking beer and reading.
Xian is worthy of more time but our third overnight train in a week has been arranged so Graeme and I check out of our room at noon the next day. The hostel stores our luggage as we explore the ...
... a democratic republic.
The Revolutionary Army was officially here, and inside the Red Chamber (the main building) they issued the edict to bring down the Qing Dynasty. It wasn't till after World War II when the Communist Party staged a counter-revolution and took over the country.
East Lake is a large lake within the city limits of Wuhan and the largest urban lake in China. East Lake has a bird sanctuary, botanical garden, ...
... is surrounded by two solidly built walls with gateway entrances.
According to history, work on this mausoleum began in 246 BC soon after Emperor Qin ascended the throne (then aged 13), and the full construction later involved 700,000 workers.
After this went to the Xi'an Ciry wall which as it states, was just a wall around, about as tall as trees and so was pretty pointless!
... China. There was a bell performance here however we were only able to catch the very end of it.
After walking around out in the cold to see the Drum and Bell Towers Michelle decided that she deserved to stop at Starbucks to get some coffee to warm here up. So we sat around and played some cards while we enjoyed the warmth of a fire and Michelle enjoyed here cup of coffee.
The next day we woke up early and caught the public transport out 50 km to ...