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Caught train with Stephen and Will out to Linhai to see the 'Great Wall', supposed to be second to the 'Great Wall' at Beijing. In fact a City Wall. We walked up to the wall and then walked along for a fair distance, but it was pouring with rain. You could actually walk all around it in 2.5 hours but we went off to find ...
... And that was lunch - along with a "Chinese hamburger." Which was a small, freshly made roll with pulled pork stuffed inside. And that was lunch! Actually pretty tasty,
So - we finally got to visit the site of the Terra Cotta Army! It was pretty darn amazing! In case you need a little history - many years ago (as in 246 B.C.) the future first emperor of the Qin Dynasty, had work begun on his mausoleum. He was only ...
Travelled from Amsterdam to Hongkong on Cathay Pacific airlines. After a 4 hour stop over, boarded a Dragon air plane to Ningbo. This was a shorter 1:55 hour flight. The local driver was waiting in his Chinese VW car. We drove for 1 hour to the Ferry station. Then caught the ferry to Zhoushan Island. The trip car and passenger ferry took 30 minutes. After leaving the ferry, 20 mins later we arrive at the Jinwangjiao Hotel. ...
... I've also included what a person looks like after 26 hours of traveling and 5 1/2 hours of sleep - ROUGH. I'm so excited about living with these pups though. They couldn't be sweeter.
I have another roommate Eddie who like Sylvie is from Melbourne. They actually went to the same high school. Eddie and I are going to be working at the same school actually which is great for me because he ...
... a 1000-year-old China; go to Xian and then you will find a 3000-year-old China"
In 246 BC, 13 year old Quin Shi Huang acquired the throne and decided to work on building his mausuleum, which became part of the Terra-cotta army. It took eleven years to finish. Quin Shi Huang became emperor of all of China.