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... to wear, since this hot sticky weather is making me go through shirts a bit faster than I expected. I'm not big into souvenirs.
On the way back to the hotel, we decided to stop off at the supermarket to pick up some supplies for tomorrow's 23-hour train ride to Dunhuang, which was a bit of an adventure.
First, we couldn't quite find the supermarket. Then after stopping some locals for directions, we found it and ...
... students with their English work, going to school was anything but boring. I think our group is very fortunate to have made such good friends with so many students, including non-international kids! I think some of the best times at school were when students would come into our room and stay with us. Whether it was playing cards, going to get smoothies, or regularly skipping class to hang out with us, I think the bonds we created with everyone are unbreakable.
... great experience for anyone, however I sucked it up through a few elbow drops and got major camera jealousy of the people with the Canon DLR #iphonesdontzoomwell #zooooooooooooooooom but it was a good day lots of pot men and all had different faces, the 70s made info film in the tour shop was like a badly made dubbed film but it told you all about it. As if some guy had everyone murdered and killed who worked on them to keep it a secret, paranoid much. Highlight ...
... that creates a sort of bamboo tunnel. There are a few enclosure that house the adult and juvenile pandas ......... and the panda nursery. I thought there might have been more, but our guide explains there is another sanctuary further out I the hills that house the pandas in a more natural environment. It was definitely worth the trip out. After lunch we head to an embroidery museum, which ...
We started yesterday morning with a visit to a Xi'an clay factory, where they make replicas of the terra cotta warriors. Many are sold to local businesses, to stand guard at their storefronts. Many more are sold to Chinese locals and abroad for personal use. The children got to make their own small clay replicas. Malia's was a kneeling archer. From there, we went to an elementary school and visited a class of grade 6 students. A few of ...