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... state, and the active excavation work being done by archaeologists, to find the missing bits, more intriguing to look at.
In the evening, Christina drops us off at the Shaanxi Grand Opera Hall for a dining and Tang Dynasty cultural event. From Qin to Tang in one day. That's quite a leap. The dining event consists of what can only be described as "dumpling degustation" as two dumplings with various fillings are delivered to our table every few ...
... of the weekend but I also spent some time shopping in not one, not two, but three different malls! My most successful place being the large, cheap and youthful (to quote Sapphire) shop in the basement of a ritzy expensive one. I also learned that in China they do not sell women's shoes above an American 8.5. Apparently all(approximately) 75 million women in China have small feet. I ended up buying men's knock off converse for $9 because I'm not Chinese and don't have ...
... in a rickshaw (Jamie’s first ride)! Jamie and I prepared an American style dinner for Abby. We made steamed shrimp and onions with old bay, roasted corn and tomato salad, broccoli and cauliflower, and salmon. We also shared a cheap bottle of shiraz. It was actually pretty tasty, but Abby was not a fan. Abby’s favorite was the shrimp, she was not too keen on the veggies.
I needed a cheap day after the Terra Cotta warriors yesterday. It was buttons to get there but they charge you £15 entrance so today was a quieter one.
A nice cheap and tasty noodle veg and meat breakfast set me up for the day just round the corner from the hostel, 90p and really tasty and healthy, my chopstick skills have come on a right treat since being in China. From there I took a walk down past the bell tower and on towards the South gate of the ...
... of what was being said was said in English. For my part I felt if I made a point to frequently talk to the teachers (including my wonderful 1 on 1 teacher Zhang laoshi), talk with Chinese people (my roommates for example), and then whenever I was with John to talk to him in Chinese because he didn't mind then I was cool with it. The language at least was not a stressful part of the trip. Well, the trip wasn't stressful at all, it was just really really ...