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... fire to it. It is amazing that this is 2,200 years old and accidentally stumbled upon by a farmer digging a well. The land which was all farmland is now a huge tourist site with buildings going up all around. It's taken 40 years to get where it is today and there is still loads of stuff to excavate and restore. Out driver for today was a maniac, but we got back to ...
... riding a Segway with the statue in the background.
That night we had another night train towards Xi'an and the terracotta warriors. The night passed amazingly quickly and when we woke we were passing through the Qingling mountains which were spectacular. Our hostel in Xi'an was perfectly located, literally just inside the old city wall by the south gate. We started by cycling along the city wall. In the heat it possibly wasn't a great idea ...
... 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.
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I have been studying the Chinese language for three years now. I was always fascinated about the history, culture, and tradition. I also was excited because I was learning a very uncommon language that not many people know about. Although I enjoyed learning in the classroom, it was not as significant as experiencing the nation itself.
Coming to China was a life ...