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... a life size replica warrior, instead we took a selfie. Modern times. The shop was packed with people buying fridge magnets, tourist tat and very very expensive jade bracelets. Revved up and ready we entered pit 1. Here go....both Laura and I were very excited. The building is the size of a air craft hanger and the contents needs it. No one could have prepared us for the vast number (2000 unearthed and 4000 still buried) of the spectacular warriors all in battle rows. ...
... fruits and vegetables, and the area was full of apple and apricot trees, and goat herders were just sitting by the road with their herds roaming nearby. There was no shortage of food in the late spring but I can imagine how, in the mountains in the winter life can be extremely hard. As we drove up to the mountain tomb and again as we drove down we passed an old man dragging a large branch. He was just dragging it in the street (a two lane road). I ...
... to see it all. Even the prehistoric section is large and impressive, but the most wonderful exhibits are from the Han (207 BC - 220 AD) and Tang (618-907 AD) dynasties. These were the periods when China had strong, united government over the largest area, and Silk Road commerce was at its height. We particularly love the exquisite Han miniature monsters worked in gold, and Tang glazed ceramic statues of people and animals that look like they could have been ...
... we had more chance to try new things and before long we had delved right in. First we had a savoury pancake with beef and cabbage, swiftly followed by some yummy spicy potatoes (these were my favourites). Finally we had some dessert, which was like a rice pudding on a stick covered in jam. We did spot some interesting foods along the way, the most memorable was witnessing a young girl who was gnawing on a very large trotter as if was a chicken drumstick!!
... else. How the mortality rate is not higher, I will never know.
Xian is a great city to visit and we would honestly say that it's not just another Chinese city. The food, scenery and people were fantastic and we were one of the few non local people there however we were not hassled or harassed, even in the markets and bar streets. My only annoyance would be the constant beeping of car horns.
Thank you Xian, for a good start of our ...