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... to know they are as bad at it here as at home. Sunny with clouds, there are big lumps of cloud flowing down the street. The lady is out there sweeping the front steps in a French maids outfit with frilly head band and shiney rubber boots. Hits many fetishists at one go.
Went to the Muslim Quarter this afternoon with Guide to see a Chinese Mosque. Built several hundred years ago and looks just like a Chinese ...
... 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 ...
... to eat, we grab our backpacks from the room and are ready for the day. Our first stop of the day was at the Wild Goose Pagoda, one of the most important Buddhist sites in China, and still an active monastery. Standing seven stories tall, it is quite impressive. For only a few yuan we are permitted to climb to the top. From the top you can see out windows in each direction. The grounds from up here look to be beautifully kept, green and lush. Within the walls of the ...
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Our afternoon was spent at the Terra Cotta Warriors---the Eighth Wonder of the World. They were discovered in 1974 and opened to the public in 1979. They stopped excavation until a few years ago when improved preservation techniques could be used. They found the glaze was oxidizing once the figures were uncovered and exposed to air. Two thousand warriors are visible, but it is estimated there are 8000 warriors ...