Wangfu Excommercial Hotel
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... have also really gotten to know my family. They were very kind to me. I will miss you Arthur. You were the best host I could have.
The city of Xian is a beautiful place, and one I thoroughly enjoyed visiting for such a. Long time. The people I've met here are wonderful and surprisingly willing to help a stranger who doesn't know the language they speak. This was my first time living in a city and I must say this is probably the best ...
... but for some reason the French building was closed. We found some horses but we didn't ride them, although I heard some other students did. Cayla and I sat and talked and ate for a while, and a group of adults came and tried to take a picture with us in the background. We noticed before they took the pictures, so we got up and joined them in the picture. The amount of strangers I have taken pictures with in China is amazing. And just because I'm foreign! There was also a ...
Lots of angry glares this morning from us to our fellow passenger. We could't stand the sight of this horrible, spitting, clearing his throat in the most disgusting way imaginable, snoring etc man. Luckily he took the hint and spent the morning in the corridor creating these horrible noises. Had two cups of coffee before we arrived half an hour late to Xi'an train station. We thought we knew that our hotel was close by so we set of with packs on the backs but i faded very quickly. My ...
... think the interview went ok, so now its a waiting game. There are direct flights to Auckland, and it is on the Pearl River Delta, so lots of water around. the native language is Cantonese, but I have been told that as Mandarin is the official language of China, there will be plenty of people who speak both. There are about 20,000 expats living in GZ, quite a change from Xi'an where seeing another foreigner who is not a colleague is a note-worthy event!
... to the thousands and thousands of tourists (mainly Chinese) at the Terra Cotta Army museum. This was the tomb of Emperor Jingdi. He was Emperor from 188 to 141 BC during the Han Dynasty. When he passed away he was buried with hundreds of servants and soldiers. The soldiers as servants were all about a quarter of the actual size of a person and they were all made of clay with wooden arms (so the arms could move). The doll size figures where ...