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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... Warriors is series of buried terracotta warriors, chariots and horses depicting the army of Qin Shi Huang, the first ruler of China. The army was discovered in 1974 by a group of farmers when they were drilling a well in the area. The army is in the form of funerary art, buried with the emperor in 210-209 BC with the purpose of protecting him in his afterlife. It consists of three pits which are thought ...
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... It was so touching, and so familiar. A mother's love and hopes for her child. Just one more universal truth on our ever-smaller planet.
It happened again--we're lucky people.
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... wallets at the Terracotta Warriors. We'd been holding off on eating because there was no ATM at the warriors (it was broken), and we had to buy the bus ticket home. So by the time we got back, we had absolutely nothing. In down town Xi'an, we got to the ATM and withdrew money (one of the many times we'd have to) and rushed to the Muslim Quarters to get some food. I'd heard good things about this from my parents and my hunger was forcing me to believe all of it. Instead of one ...
... come!) anyway it’s time to bite the bullet without further a-do and head off to start cycling my way through China. I say goodbye to Sarah who I hope to meet up with again on my travels and I get organised with my bike and all my camping gear for a new part to my adventures.
So, first stop from Xi’an is Chengdu which takes me over mountains with high passes… so wish me luck I’ll certainly need it!!