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Had an early start this morning to get to the train station. We thought we were near the station, but the guide told me we were near the 'main' train station and NOT Xi'An North (Bei). Luckily we found out in time. After squeezing out of the city in a taxi, through the congested traffic, we made it- exactly an hour prior to departure. For the first time in China we had a McDonalds breakfast muffin since we were too ...
... to shout out comments about my breasts, ass, and general appearance while I walk down the street. Men who stand too close on public transport or who “accidentally” brush up against me. Men who feel they have a right to come up behind me and start grinding on my ass when I am standing in a bar or club. Men who feel it is socially acceptable to start a conversation by asking my favorite sexual position. These situations are ...
... vendor the other day using my point and smile method. It looked for all the world like beef, but when I got it home it was, to the best of my taste buds knowledge and my mouths memory of textures, not of animal origin. If I had to hazard a guess, it was some sort of gluten product with a slightly slimy feel and a salty taste to it. It wasn’t bad. It just wasn’t beef.
At lunch on Monday I went out with about ...
... the west side of the river we got a 3-person bike to do the other side. I suspect we were a bit of a spectacle - lots of manic laughter, and a few issues with steering, but we managed to not crash, or run anyone over, so it was all ok. I didn't see any other foreign tourists around, and guess they probably don't get many as its off the beaten track a little.
When we arrived back in Xi'an and came out of ...
... a photo without anyone else in it. There were 5 temples I think and each one with a Bhudda and the people come and light incense and pray to their god or Bhudda, at the Pagoda you have to walk around the pagoda on these worn cement tiles, not quite sure why, but we did it anyway. Kathryn was fortunate enough to get asked to have a picture taken of her with 4 different young chinese, it was very funny..Kathryn thinks that my skin ...