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... taken to lunch and then climbed the ancient wall of Xi'an. The steps were very steep. The wall is very wide. A bicycle could do a circuit in about an hour. A huge bell adorns the wall. This was rung each morning at sun-up. The afternoon finished at a Dumpling Banquet followed by the Tang Dynasty Stage Show. The costumes were spectacular and the music (pentatonic scale) was most fitting. A serene picture of life of the Emperor and his court. August 27: today was a real ...
... with language barriers.
During lunch, they gave us a lot of tips about India. Twelve hours before we were to depart for India was both a great time to learn about the dos & dont's of India, but also a little scary at the same time. Our conversations went like this: watch out for street food, don't drink the water, don't eat salad, brush your teeth with bottled water, watch out for stray ...
... exchange cards to communicate in the future. In the end Sandy and I agreed we walked away with valuable insight.
After the panel the kids rejoined us and we headed off to dinner and to catch our train - which I will detail tomorrow. An adventure for sure, and another interesting snapshot of China.
As for meals, many of our readers know the pickiness of my child’s palate. Breakfasts is a large buffet with ...
... eventually becoming the Abbott. OK piece of theater but not quiet as good as we were hoping.
The next day we visited Tienanmen Square but couldn't get onto it as it was the International day of the Child and it was roped off for their exclusive use. We went into the Forbidden City which is where various Chinese Emperor’s lived and worked, its huge. The city is full of city wide paved areas and has gates all along the way to where ...
... all of her documentation and inform them that we will be staying with her. One particularly uncomfortable night we walked into a local restaurant and refused to be served. This happened twice, so despite our inability to understand, it became very clear by the second time that they really did not want to serve us. I don’t know their reason, but it was very uncomfortable and off putting to experience this type of ethnocentrism / ...