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... same time as a large group of Chinese high school students on an excursion. They were besotted with our boys and asked to take a lot of photos with them "because they were handsome". AWKWARD says Ollie……..
We were then whisked away to lunch to a lovely Chinese restaurant where the food was again amazing and of course we ate way too much. Back onto the bus for a snooze while we drove through the streets of Xian to the city wall. ...
... some kind of hot soup, and then afterwards a pulled pork bun. Then it was off to the terracotta warriors by private minibus. They were really cool, despite the million chinese tourists. and the lunch afterwards was good, with the added fun of an interactive noodle making demonstration. Then it was back on the bus to Xian and a visit to an interesting art gallery where we got to try our hand at chinese calligraphy. The day drew to a close with our arrival at ...
... work out the map, a man who spoke English told us how many stops we needed. I felt like a kid counting stops. Talk about kids in China a child is anyone under 130cm tall, taller than that and you pay adult fares. I’m glad that’s not in at home as I’m sure that my father would of cut me at my knees.
We find our way there just in time for the fountain show that was in front of the Pagoda. There were ...
... as moving around in a dutiful manner.
Not sure when I've experienced a flight so strange... Seems just like the ant farm I had growing up....the workers move faster than the passengers and there are the two long aisles (3-4-3 seating) and the worker types just move thru the connected service areas to get from side to side. But no one smiles, seems no one is talking to one another, everyone has a bland grey, drab olive or black ...
... very much attention when we were booking our accommodation around china, we pretty much used booking.com to make sure it was near a train station or subway and made sure that it had reasonably good reviews. How we managed to strike gold and find this hostel in Xi’an is anyone’s guess. It is one of the top 10 YHA hostels worldwide in that it is created from an original Hutong. The walkways through to the rooms were the traditional round arches ...