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... Xian with lots of skyscrapers Yesterday morning we went to see the terracotta warriors. Although it was really interesting to see the terracotta warriors it wasn't actually as big as I was expecting. I think when you see photos and documentaries you have one perception but in reality it is slightly different. I did make a new friend there but he didn't talk too much and was a bit stony faced....... ;) Last night we went ...
... chariots, and other figures, and several satellite pits dedicated to more specialized functions such as the stable-masters, acrobats, and other valued members of the royal court. The actual tomb site is under a large burial mound nearby, and has not been uncovered. Surveys have indicated very high levels of mercury in the mound, but there is disagreement over whether this ...
... station at about 8:00 a.m. Once again it was shirt sleeve temperature and the sun shone through the ever-present haze of a Chinese city.
This time we walk directly to our hotel less than a kilometer from the station. After a breakfast at the hotel we relaxed in our spacious double room until afternoon. Graeme discovered in an internet search that a beer festival is in it’s last day so we set off without further delay! The subway system is ...
... Beside this big store there was a Mcdonalds, KFC and many other Chinese stores. Once we got back to the Bodi campus, we were told that we were going to be doing kareoke the next night. Us four and few other girls got the idea of making up a dance to the song "Boyfriend" by Justin Bieber. When we got back into our dorms we started to come up with some dance moves for the kareoke night. When it was dinner time we quickly headed downstairs so we could have first dibs on the tasty food ...
... the weather was quite rubbish and wet, so just checked out the Bell and Drum Towers at night and had a look at the Muslim Quarter again to look at the usual tat such as big fat panda toys and fake passports with 'Lady Killer' written on them. Oh and Richard tried a Mooncake, as it is Mid- Autum festival here- which was actually quite nice and coconuty. We were a bit weary as we heard they may have meat in them, which wouldn't really be surprise to be honest.