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... br> Our hotel is great and we even got to swim at the hotel pool yesterday after we all agreed to purchase swim caps - required by a local by-law. Must say, even though they respect the elderly, they have lots of signs cautioning against letting older people (over 60!) do anything like swimming, bike riding etc. I've enclosed a sign which Mike chose to ignore reference not letting old people bike..
Caitlin and Alec organized us for a dumpling banquet dinner last night and ...
... including a goat, some gorgeous white bengal tigers, Siberian tigers, African lions and wild dogs, black bears and wolves, and a few peacocks. From there, however, I was less impressed with the zoo. Many animals resided in "museums" which were composed of concrete boxes and glass walls. It didn't seem very pleasant for them, and most were not adapted to the heat that had even our host students sweating and seeking out shade. Because I haven't been to ...
... it was one of the original capitals of China, and led by emperors who were interested in trading with the west - start of the Silk Road, which brought a number of things to China, such as gold and silver and some tools, camels and different horses and other things.
The airport is about 50 km outside of the city (of only 8 million) so we had quite the discussion on the way in. We were astounded at the number of cranes building high ...
... like pottery. Further excavating they found partial warriors. There are 3 pits so far.
This project is amazing. There had been fires that destroyed the roof and also the weapons they carried. Many were damaged and they are piecing them back together. The size of them was not what I expected, they are life size and the detail is incredible.
Our guide to this part ...
... grandkids. That singular thought deeply frightened me, hence the extended delay in the construction and posting of this blog. Plus who really documents that kind of thing?
(Apparently Facebook does..)
We copped a really cheap flight from Xi’an to Bangkok and showed up on the 8th of January with a very tentative itinerary. My goal was to hide the engagement ring long enough that I could propose to her on a ...