Han Guang Men Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... had seen in another city and regretted not buying. It's a piece of fabric you can draw on with water and it appears as ink. The drawing disappears once the water is dry. It's Ideal for designing tattoos!
The boys disappear for a bit so we walk on. Miriam had found her name in Chinese in the last shop but the woman asked too much for it in calligraphy so we're now 2 woman on a mission. It doesn't take long to find someone to do it for a fifth of ...
The pollution level in Xian was surprising even though I had been warned about the smog before. If it had not been for the cars and H&M, someone could have fooled me into believing that I had stumbled into 19th century London. Unwilling to fumigate ourselves, yet unwilling to miss out, Jeff, my ma and I spent several hours at the Bell Tower in the centre of the walled city. Here, we watched a traditional bell performance that was on ...
... are still just as magnificent (just one or two more people to share them with though). So far China has been pretty good.
Time to say goodbye to the Silk Road, It has been a great journey and after 5 very different countries it has started to come alive for me. Not time to say goodbye to China though, plenty more to do over the next 7 weeks.
Time also to say goodbye to Layla and our Dragoman friends, it's been a great 6 weeks but now it's back to independent business as usual for ...
... so much excavation work left to be done! I can't even imagine how many statues are still left down there because there are so many of them already excavated! You wouldn't believe how many soldiers there are in those pits and how much labor must have been employed to create them all. I couldn't believe how old they were. Think about it - the Bing Ma Yang were built by the First Emperor of the Qin Dynasty, which was also the first unified dynasty of China ...
... called her Candy. Ben and I had to giggle a bit because the name reminds us of a typical stripper/porn star name! They obviously don't know this. Our first stop was to the Terra Cotta Army factory where we learnt how they made the famous figures to make us appreciate the Army more. This was fun as we started taking pictures with the warriors with no heads! Then the tour was very interesting and I bought little figures ...