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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... serve me well. Whether I come to study, or just visit, I will have great friends and now, family to visit.
I have had a very great time in China. When I first came here I was very nervous. Everything was in Chinese and it was a whole new environment. As I lived here I got more used to it. It really feels like home now. By now I have gotten to know everyone on the trip. They are all really great people and I will miss every one of ...
... Fuping cultural village and ceramic art museum. I think we were all happy to have a more laid back trip because we were all so tired from climbing Huashan Mountain the day before. The art museum had multiple buildings, some of which were open and some of which were not. Each building held art from a different region. The first building we explored happened to be the American building! We also went to the Australian building, the European building, and the Asian building and ...
... a pig looking man as one of our fellow travellers. Not only was he big, fat and ugly but he cleared his throat in a revolting way constantly AND worse, he snored the whole night making our journey everything but pleasant. Once I hit him with the sleeve of a shirt and John yelled at him trying o make him turn but hat only resulted in the nan yelling back. From his wife we heard nothing! I rolled the bed clothes tightly around my head and ears and did manage to get some ...
... pits more horses and carriages, animals (for food and company), entertainers, labourers, concubines, eunuchs, army officers and administrators have been found. The whole museum is absolutely stunning and very interesting. Only a small part has been excavated and restored, there is along way to go for the archaeologists.
The next day we went to another, less known museum. It is hard to find and a bit out of the way, so nice and ...
... of very basic stuff of ‘repeat after me’ and that just was the way it was…. Not sure she’ll see me any other way. Guess the sage advice of Frank Sinatra may prove true at least for a bit….’riding high in April, shot down in May’.
And you know, just a hunch that is how this trip may play out, in and outside of school--- things are never as good as I think or feel, nor are things ever as bad as I think or feel. That ...