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... had to leave us as well for business in another province.
Hui is an excellent driver. He was able to navigate the very crazy Xi’an traffic like a professional Nascar driver. I was really amazed at how well he handled such a large vehicle as the Ford E350 Superduty. Aside from how long it was it was also very tall so we had to watch out for any low hanging signs. Hui drove us over to the old city wall and we found a place to park. This ...
... gather. There were all sorts of stalls again selling everything you could imagine. I was fascinated by the toffee makers banging the toffee with hammers and also the guy pulling what looked like nougat. We tried some meat skewers with flat bread at a small place where could sit down. There was a mother cat and two kittens there. The more cat had to keep rounding up the kittens as they kept trying to climb the stairs and getting stuck. We then wandered through a narrow ...
... in the bin. The food markets were heaving and and went on forever. The air was filled with amazing food smells, which wafted under our noses along with smoke from food pokers. With our food babies humungous and that uncomfortable feeling outwaying the desire to try more, we headed back.
Me and Rach stayed up late making onward plans having mutually decided we wanted to see different things in China for the next week. Rach would be going to visit our friend Lei in ...
After departing from our new found friends it was time to get yet another overnight train. It was really nice to be honest but neither of us slept because of the Chinese man beneath Cem who could snore for China if ever an event was made.
Xi'an, home of the illustrious Terracotta Warriors. After getting a bus from the station and wandering round for a few minutes we managed to stumble across Hang Tang House, our accommodation for the next ...
... ever ha ha.
so besides gorging myself and shopping it was just interesting to observe the music and dance that went on near there- very middle eastern and cool.
also the people themselves were interesting- whether mostly tourist induced the Xinjiang people have a reputation that proceeds them and now I personally have to attest to as...we...RUDE AS HELL ha ha. they were quite a sassy bunch and certainly not up for haggling! but I kinda liked their ...