Wangfu Excommercial Hotel
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... t feel right because I honestly feel so at home here. I don't want to leave the amazing friends I've made and I don't want to leave my family. I hope we will have opportunities in the future to see each other again!
In many ways, this trip has been one of the most extraordinary experiences of my life. I've been to places in the world that, up until now, I've only read about in books or on the internet, I've made new, ...
... a few items in a more relaxed environment!
It is a lot more expensive in China than I thought it would be, for instance our trip to see the terracotta warriors cost around £40. In fact a lot of the electricals and cars are more expensive than if you buy them in Europe which I was surprised to hear.
Another funny thing I have come across is that in some restaurants your cutlery is shrink wrapped - good as you know iit ...
... first time Hui drove this vehicle he borrowed from his friend and he managed to back it up as if he had been driving it all his life. I know I am gushing a bit over Hui’s driving skill but if you were here and saw the size of this van and how insane the traffic and parking are in Xi’an you would be talking about this for a week.
We arrived at the Xi’an City Gate as an eighteen-kilometer race was ending. I believe that was ...
... the next one leaving. You don't need to worry about finding them, just wander around and people will grab you to take their bus. Nowadays it looks a lot different than the pictures I remember from the 1980's elementary school books. It's all enclosed with a permittee viewing platform jam-packed with people. But it's still pretty impressive seeing thousands of life sized stone soldiers, all with individual faces (they believe they were modeled off ...
... and the excitement, often the best part of life is sitting in a cafe and enjoying a cup of coffee without a care in the world (other than the price of coffee in China which is simply extortionate). This is by far the most overlooked and underestimated part of travelling.
These are our thoughts after ten weeks in India, Nepal and China. It may be that as we continue our journey we tire of the slower paced activities and settle ...