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We were up early and quickly had a cup of coffee and a bit of bread. Windy and a bit wet outside but w walked to the train station from where local buses to the terra cotta warriors and horses left. Easy to find and we saved ourselves a handsome amount a money for doing this ourselves rather than with a tour. Took almost an hour by bus and when we had arrived it rained quite heavily. First ti e w used our rain coats. Too many Chinese tour people ...
... Mohini had to force the lady to give us tea. While we were exiting the place, a Chinese girl was pointing and giggling at Jessie. Tall, white guys are considered attractive in China. (Forgot my camera).
We walked around the area. Olivia brought a fried banana stick, but she dropped it and started crying about it. Too funny.
We later found a hot pot place. While eating, a lizard crawl on my leg and I started screaming and ...
... licensed tour guides who offer to take the four of us around for $25 ($6 each!). We agree and we begin the tour, firstly our tour guide gives us a handy hint to use our drivers license as a student card (as the door attendants do no speak english well) for a discounted entry (it was a sneaky trick but it saved us half the fare). The site is divided into three main pits, the first being the most excavated and where you can admire the detail of each warrior, each ...
... re getting used to everything, we still have lots of
"Hey, we’re in China" moments, as Laura and I like to call them.
My favorite part about China is without a doubt the people; the Americans who are here with me- all 30 of them are really fantastic human beings- and the Chinese people- the kids at school, the people I talk to in the elevators, and the people I meet all over ...
... and many were destroyed, either way there is a ton of history in this city.
Our first day in Xi’an was a good one. We got up early to see the terracotta soldiers. The terracotta soldiers are about an hour outside of Xi’an, by bus. There was a line of maybe 500 people waiting to take the buses to where the terracotta soldiers are. There was an endless supply of buses though, so the line moved very fast. After 20 minutes, we were on a bus. The scenery was nice ...
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