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The pollution level in Xian was surprising even though I had been warned about the smog before. If it had not been for the cars and H&M, someone could have fooled me into believing that I had stumbled into 19th century London. Unwilling to fumigate ourselves, yet unwilling to miss out, Jeff, my ma and I spent several hours at the Bell Tower in the centre of the walled city. Here, we watched a traditional bell performance that was on ...
The Bullet Train to Xi'an took around 3.5 - 4 hours, travelling in excess of 300km/hr for much of that period. The views out of the window were pretty awesome, going past mountain ranges, farmland, paddy fields and cities. I arrived at Xi’an and it was 41oC, it seems that the hottest area in china is actually the North and Beijing was also pretty hot, it must be because of altitude or the location of the mountains but it was overwhelmingly hot. On the subway to where ...
... open any more pits. Most of the figures are in pieces so it's a very painstaking job to put them together. The whole area appears to possibly have even more pits as they discovered the tomb recently which is way off to the west. If the warriors are surrounding the Emperor, then there could be thousands more buried around the other sides of the tomb. There are not just warriors either or their horses - they have found figures of wrestlers ...
... of singing and dancing (don't be surprised if we get asked to join in) Live Blog Well last night was fun... The air con was not working so after arguing with reception three times they finally sent up a 'woman' who said 'knackered' - so she said "we have no rooms left.." I said you have and gave her three room numbers. She said 'those are doubles not twins' - that's ok we both said. So at midnight ...
... at the grey skies and endless high rise blocks. Added to this we were dumped by the bus in one of 5 bus stations in the city but with no idea which one! Luckily, the Spanish couple on the bus asked if we wanted to share a taxi and for 60rmb (£6), we made the 20 minute ride to the hostel in one piece. The driving here in Xi'an is some of the worst we have seen so far, buses speed off as soon as you step on (leaving you scrambling for the handrail) or before you have even ...