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... I'm a bit apprehensive about biking around as I can't really ride and I've never been on a tandem bike before but I needn't have worried, Josh and Bettina are excellent cyclists. In fact at some points I was thinking that riding a bike isn't too hard, I just need someone to steer and keep balance while I pedal lol. Cycling around the wall is pretty cool, we even do some races against each other despite the pot holes which hurt my bum. It is tiring though and very sweaty so ...
... decorated mock old style. After the pagoda we had a brief visit to Xian museum to look for some examples of traditional Chinese clothes but sadly they had none.
Back at home we had one final Xian meal - torn up bread in lamb soup - which was one of my favourites. We were taken to the airport by some friends of Tina's mum who turned out to be very much our sort of people. The husband is an amateur tri-athlete which is very ...
... and raided the tomb and smashed the warriors. Today they are still trying to piece them all back together. They're working constantly, and they have gotten enough to know there are 4 warriors; the standing archer, kneeling archer, mid rank official, and high rank official. These make up the full masses and each warrior was modeled after a specific person so that they are all unique. They also have interchangeable heads so it ...
... was not too pretty either. The rooms were reasonable until the toilets blocked, the traffic noise was continuous all night and the toilet paper was not replaced when we ran out. To top it off, breakfast was below average with no tea, coffee, juice, toast etc. We all had a bowl of plain rice with a bit of egg. But, today was our first cause for complaint and we weren't in the hotel too long anyway. We left at 7.30 on our bus to head to the ...
Some more thoughts on Mountain Hua from Kalie, and some thoughts on, well, something really important from Laura. Enjoy!
Today was Hua Mountain day.
The fact that I'm sitting here at my computer does in fact mean that we made it back home safely.
This morning we woke up at 6:30 AM. Chaperones and students were all a little surprised…and dreams of sleeping in were dashed. But to my amazement, everyone made it down to the ...