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... 2000 year old history, the painted pottery warriors, and other figures, horses, chariots, animals and other relics were done in a unique style which gives an idea of the
society at that time. One display was delightful, with a fully clothed replica, alongside other figures both male and female, along with a eunuch and include a sample of the type of clothing which the figures would have worn. Apparently the ...
... a killing zone. There is no way a car, taxi or bus is going to give way to a humble pedestrian so crossing a road, and most roads in the city are four carriages wide, is something of a challenge. Pedestrians are not safe on the pavement either, there are not as many push bikes as we expected but there are thousands of electric motor bikes. These stealth machines zoom up behind you at alarming speed and to save power they never have their lights on at night. We have had ...
... and frankly we didn't care cause it was so utterly delicious. So there were thinly sliced potatoes with chilli, pork in soy sauce, spicy aubergines, mushrooms with something, leeks dish, something spicy etc And we just mixed them up, wrapped in the pancake and enjoyed it. the next day we were off to see Terracotta warriors. i had really high expectations going there after dad's stories and tripAdvisor reviews. They was impressive, but not as impressive as i expected it to ...
... stomach, you can
imagine the comical situations we have found ourselves in thus far on the trip.
While out I couldn’t help but head back into the Muslim Quarter. There are so
many streets to see and go down. I bought flat unleavened bread for Matt and I to
snack on, while we waited for the time to inch slowly til 8pm when we were
meeting with Wouter, Michel and Mel to eat. (by about 7pm im sure people in
Youngstown could have heard my stomach ...
The day started cloudy and soon it rained steadily until 4pm.
Our group got ready for a day long schedule of factory visits, medicine market and the real thing The Museum.
The Jade Factory was a stop I was looking forward to make for a long time. I had been buying a few pieces here and there but I wanted to buy a jade with a certificate and with the color green. In Lijiang the finest jade color was white but here they ...