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... King, Subway, or KFC!) but was still quite nice in relatively unspoilt surroundings. The wall itself was big and oppressive and what seemed like a fairly short walk along in the distance was always surprisingly far. We tobogganed back down the mountainside instead of taking the cable car, which was a nice touch. We took a 6 hour train journey to Xi'an to see the Terracotta Warriors, another UNESCO World Heritage Site. As we travelled miles across the relative countryside it ...
... the "Be our Guest" scene where the food on many pates is kept being brought out. I just wish it was good food. There were many different types, most the same from the other restaurant. Again, I just had rice and a couple bites of an egg. It was really funny because I can't use chopsticks and the waitress saw me struggling and brought me a fork.
By this time, my three and a half hours of sleep had caught up with me. I felt so exhausted; I started falling asleep at the ...
... to us, our exit from Vietnam having been recorded.
We were then hurried along to a different train - Chinese this time but still only the four of us! This train was much better, on a wider gauge so much smoother, and better organized, and we were very happy to again have a four-berth compartment to ourselves! As we got into our carriage a guard handed us a printed card, in English, to tell us that in two hours we would be stopping at ...
... to some places where you can bargain, and find a reasonable price. These markets are where the Chinese cheaper prices really are, as department stores are priced very similarly to back home.
This week was also coincided with the Tomb Sweeping Festival, so I was lucky enough to have Thursday and Friday off classes. The Tomb Sweeping Festival is one where Chinese traditionally return to their hometowns to tend to their ancestors' ...
Last night we had an uneventful ride to the airport and checked in with Air Canada. The only thing was, upon check-in, I was told that the charge for the bike would be $100. (I had thought $50. but on-line a bicycle was $113.) The helpful Air Canada lady checked and her screen showed $70. so that's what she charged me, the same as for an extra piece of luggage. Since the bike fits into a 62" suitcase it was quite appropriate.
The plane took off on time ...