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... lot of new Chinese friends. Some of them even stop by the VIP room and hang out with us. One of the students, Leticia, is very funny, nice and took some of us out to get smoothies everyday. I'm really going to miss her. The school also has a huge track, field, and playground. I don't run a lot but it was fun to do it when I could. My favorite part was the playground. It had pull up bars and other exercise machines that I've never seen before but I loved them.
... many warriers in the big room! There was quite a few at the front of the building, but nearer the back.. it was really just dust and dirt. I understand that a lot were destroyed and they're still uncovering them all but it would have been nice to see a bit more. Not really a complaint! Trying my best not to moan seeing as it's all I've seemed to do.. I really have enjoyed it all!Anyway, other than the main rooms, there was ...
... are worth every penny and the fact that they're still excavating and working on site since finding them in the 70s, tells you how big the place is. We meet a guy from Norway on the bus who joins us for the day both at the Warriors and for some lunch when we get back to Xi'an. That evening, we take advantage of the free pool table and have some 600ml ¥8 beers (€1) and food with an English couple and a Dutch girl. The next day we get stuck into a ...
Herbal alternative medicine has come a long way recently. Nowadays, you don't have to always go to health food stores to find natural herbal remedies. A lot of them are actually carried in mainstream drugstores as well as supermarkets. Whether you have a cold, flu, constipation, anxiety, or some other disease, there is probably a natural herbal remedy for it. People use herbal sore throat remedies before even going to the doctor! In some ways, this emphasis on natural ...
... to our hostel, waited for us to clean up for a bit, and then took us out to explore Xi'an. First, Wilson treated us to an amazing dinner at a Muslim restaurant, where we had soup-filled dumplings, beef skewers, black rice soup, sweet soup, fermented rice soup, and more dumplings. Over dinner, he told us about one of his companies that provides English lessons to over 1000
residents of Xi'an and his adventures in the US. He then showed us the Drum Tower, ...