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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... way that he dealt with the hospital staff in relation to Jason was brilliant. It was obvious that he wasn't the best guide in the world. But last years Uk to Oz trip had obviously thought that the 'Sun shone out of his ****' according to the comments people had made in their blogs and this included 'The Management' for that trip.
However, things were starting to unravel for him with regards to acts of dishonesty ...
24th -27th May...
Xian is the capital of Shaanxi Province, at the eastern end of the Silk Road. It is 744 miles south west of Beijing. It was the capital of 11 dynasties – it peaked during the Tang Dynasty, with many foreign merchants coming to the city. It still has a strong tourist draw and Jewel in the Crown is the Terracotta Warriors. It has 9 miles of fully intact city walls, but in the Tang era the city was ...
... being ‘Chinalised’ a word that the group have been using on a regular basis more of a private joke but we have picked up the language pretty well, and handling lawless Chinese roads, not forgetting I have not used a knife and fork in weeks, I have good technique on the squatter toilets haha well you have too as there barely any western toilets. Me and lee got us some flask and some Greeeeeen tea which we carry around just like EVERY other ...
RoRo's Cooking Lessons with Dong Yan:
Garlic Eggplant (suan pianr qiezi 蒜片儿茄子 ;）
- Peanut oil 花生油
- Eggplant 茄子
- Lots of Garlic finely chopped 蒜磨
- Prickly Ash (powdered) 花椒
- Soy sauce - 生抽奖油
- salt- 盐