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... Huang's mausoleum. Other terracotta non-military figures were found in other pits, including officials, acrobats, strongmen, and musicians. There are a total of three excavation sights which we would visit, but the first was the largest. It had to be a million square feet!
Viewing the Terracotta warriors was worth the trip to China on its own.
As we rode around Xi'ian we are stunned by the number of apartment houses ...
... tasty) and am finally able to eat with chopsticks without embarrassing myself.
China continues to present so many faces. In the temple we visited before lunch there were eighteen different Buddhas all with different characteristics. China is not that simple. China is more like the hundreds of Coy who eagerly sought the food thrown by Tian Bai and her brother...each one new, each one colorful, each one desiring attention.
... China (sport in general is fairly unusual here). He pointed us towards a 10 day sportive from Changsha to Lahsa. It covers a distance of 1500km with 18 peaks above 5000. They carry your gear for you and do a sweep at the end of the day so it doesn't matter if you are a bit slow, and at night you stay with local people in their houses. We have this one earmarked for 2 years time when Tina has to come back to renew her Chinese identity card.
... food and drink at our hostel but we did find other alternatives nearby that were cheaper so this wasn't a problem.
That evening we did opt to stay and eat at the hostel as we were pretty tired from travelling. After a dinner of Spaghetti Carbonara and Bolognaise, we enjoyed a few drinks. By this time it was happy hour at the bar so it made it a little bit cheaper. Ollie fancied a Hoegarden which came in a huge glass, I did have a try but I wasn't as keen. I ...
... hot pot. Think of it as Chinese fondue. We each had a small pot of broth that was kept at a constant boil, into which we plopped various types of meat and vegetables. Once they were cooked, we dipped them into our own individually created sauce. Delicious!
From Hot Pot we journeyed to the Muslim Market. This place was incredible! There were shops everywhere, filled with all sorts of things to buy, and ...