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... and I taking a bus back home where we rested.
While slow at first this afternoon was pretty exciting. We went to the Xi'an museum and Goose Pagoda. The museum had statues, weapons and arms, sculptures and other artifacts from at least eight dynasties.. The pagoda was amazing. We went to the top of it and the view was spectacular. I could see for miles.
Afterwards we went out to dinner with Targy's uncle and cousin. ...
... else they where cutting up. Xian is very busy on the roads, cars in all directions so we decided the walk the Xian wall which goes around the city. A much more quiet and enjoyable way to see things. 3 miles later we ended up at the Great Wild Goose Pagoda... Where we had our first English meal of the holiday a freshly made pizza! After dinner we come across a water fountain show outside the Pagoda which was amazing to watch! All I ...
... and historically it then went on too serve as the capital for thirteen dynasties as the Qin Emperor went around unifying China.
So, the last few days.
It's been awesome to catch up with Luo Wei again after so many years. My bedroom is on their ...
Emperor Qing Shi Huong was the most influential emperor who unified the China regions, established a single currency and made a single writing script. He also ordered 700,000 laborers to build his mausoleum in 221 B.C. To this day his tomb has not been opened.
The clay warriors were found by chance by a famer, Mr. Yao, while digging a new well. He found a clay helmut. Not knowing its significance, he banged on it to ...
Our first location was the province of Krabi, it is best known for towering cliffs and white beaches. Being that we are cheap, we planned to stay in a tiny town away from the beach at a $8 a night guesthouse. It turned out to be perfect as our itinerary of island hopping, rock climbing and sea kayaking all involved a significant amount of transport from any location. Therefore every morning we waited outside ...