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... br> That was just the start: For the hair-raising 15 minute ride back to the hotel, we hung on for dear life as the tuk-tuk wove its way through people, cars, buses, vans and motorbikes with impunity. I won't count the number of near-misses, and I think I might have prayed to various gods I don't even believe in. At some point, you just have to figure, well, the driver has lived this long, so the odds are good that we will, too. But it's hard to see how when you're making a left ...
... then going up. Even though it was very tiring, I had fun because the mountain was very beautiful. While we went down, we met an interesting group of people who wanted many photos of us because we were American.
Today turned out to be quite the expedition. We went up to Mt. Hua and I'm very glad we did. It took us around three hours by bus to drive there, but it was well worth it. When we got there,we took a cable car up ...
... lacked a guideline on how to move forward and address the problem of lack of food. The new Mayor picked up on the piecemeal approaches towards progress and came up with some plans to make the small village flourish. Early pictures in the museum showed, houses in need of
repair, and basic means of farming. He saw the need to progress as a community to survive. One initiative was to remove old buildings ...
... we could persuade him to let us have a quick stop at our hotel to freshen up. I'm sure the rooms would only be available from 2 pm anyway. No, we didn't want breakfast, we wanted to get into the days program.
First up was a display of how they made the terracotta warriors. It was interesting to see that the bodies were made and then the head made separately and slotted onto the body. Naturally there was everything on sale - although why you ...
... the museum and spent one night in Xi'an.
We were definitely more rural than the last two stops. Lost any English TV channels and language barrier in the hotel got more challenging. We were beat by the heat also decided to skip another bus trip to a group dinner and ordered in since room service menu had a western section. We ordered three meals and when it was delivered they only brought one set of utensils (and not even any chopsticks if they ...