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... in a "Chinese sauce" and I just didn't want another Chinese meal. Someone heard we are going to be given the option to order cheeseburgers and fries one night this week. I'll wear a dress if that's the case. HeeHeeHee I prefer cow over cat any day of the week. It's amazing how important food can become. Silly, really.
So, dinner was fabulous. The chicken had no ham and the cheese was mozarella, not swiss but we all loved it anyway and I had another Diet Coke. ...
... in the city. Entering Tibet from Nepal
requires travel on a group visa, but individual visas are then required for
continued travel in China after the tour ends. This all involved filling out
forms and getting photographed, leaving our passports behind for several days
while we made a little loop detour to Xiahe and Bingling Si, and retrieving
them three days later. By the time we left to continue on to Pingliang I had
enough of Lanzhou.
... terra-cotta warriors. It was so special to see the Great Wall again. I think forever it will be one of the coolest things I have ever done in my life. It really is an amazing experience and I would recommend everyone to do the Great Wall if they were to come to China. But to see the terra-cotta warriors was something that I wanted to do before I left China, and I am really happy I did. It was so amazing to see all of these warriors, that were just discovered a ...
... with blood and sweat from the men who built it.
So we went to the most well preserved and renovated area of the wall, the Badeling section. We caught the cable car up - while I clung to Alex... I was petrified, where did this fear of heights come from?! We walked the wall for an hour, took some beautiful photos, we were celebs once again and I started getting a bit ****** off because no one asks, they just take photos of you and expect you to stand there like ...
On the 19th, we left Xiahe early in the morning for Lanzhou. As we've become used to with bus journeys in Western China, the driver trolled around town for 15 minutes or so after our departure time trying to fill empty seats. Small towns in the West have the leisurely feel one expects from any small town around the world. Bus departure times are loose and it's up to the driver to decide when he's done enough delaying and it's ...