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... local food than what they provide for tourists.
Today, even though it was raining I went and saw the Big Goose Pagoda. I was asked if I wanted to climb up inside, but at 7 stories high, I declined.I had a good look around the site depsite all the rain. From there we went to the Eastern city wall gate. Very impressive indeed. I could have gone for a bike ride along the wall, but the weather was not good for ...
... each diamond that passes through his hands into a masterpiece. But a novice or untalented artisan who gets even the best rough diamonds will produce badly cut diamonds that would never pass scrutiny at any time. The clarity of loose diamonds becomes apparent when each stone is handled under 10-power magnification. This helps the artisan see if the loose diamonds have any surface flaws because surface flaws will diminish ...
... this alarmed me- especially since I sat next to one of the members). As I closed my eyes to avoid what I was expecting to be a whole lot of ramen noodle mess, I was hit with an intense smell of meat. After spending the last two weeks in China, I have become quite familiar with this smell, however, do to the previous events on the train, I started to cringe in my seat. Finally, I gained the courage to open my eyes to be greeted by the sight of two ...
Second day in Xi'an and we decided to hit the walls.
One of the main things we had been looking forward to doing was biking the city walls, which (we've been told, and read about) is a great idea. Seven of us got up early and made for the east gate in the city, just about 30 minutes walk from the hostel.
To get through the gates, we had to pay the equivalent of about $6 (its 4 pounds, but there are no pound signs when typing!) and then it was ...