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... Revolution. Memories are of a population almost entirely dressed in the traditional blue Mao suits, a million bicycles and a complete absence of anything Western or commercial. We were well aware that things had changed, but to what extent? Would the changes have permeated the remote western cities?
First we had to get there.
Just before the Torugat Pass (which forms the border) we bush-camped next to the secluded Tash Rabat caravanseri, a long-time resting spot on ...
... 3 different halls with terracotta soldiers. The first one is the biggest and definitely the most impressive. The pictures say it all… The second one also shows about 60 soldiers and the last one only shows the unassembled clay fragments. So went in all of them one after the other and went back to number 1 to have a second glance. I was deeply impressed. I think it probably has been the most impressive part of history I have seen so far in China which ...
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This 4th of July instead of fireworks, we had waterworks.
... lights, and amazing, bright and sparkly costumes. The dancing was superb as well. I finally got home at midnight. Even though it was a tiring day, it was a great one!
Today was an extremely busy day, but also well worth it. For the kids that went to school, we were treated to a mall trip with our Chinese teacher Snow. The mall we went to was called Wanda Plaza and it was huge! Snow took the girls around to the ...
... of saying that another person was selling these mats for 120. Instead of working with me, the woman went on a huge rant about how she thinks that since we can speak Chinese we should be able to afford a high price and 120 was way too cheap for the mats…at this point she seemed kind of ticked. I then decided to leave in a graceful manner and the she kept shouting “150” from her stand. Afterwards, I went to the other woman at the other end of ...