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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... section of the city and south area is home to several colleges and universities. Chonqing is home to many people from the Tujan tribe (minority group), and is noted for its Sechzuan cuisine. From there we flew to Xi'an, the cultural centre of China. Xi'an was once the the capital of ancient China and many artifacts dating back to 1000BC have been unearthed here. We visited the provincial museum that displays artifacts from the early Chinese civilization and from the Qin, Han ...
... face the whole way down- even on the steepest parts.
More and more students decided to go. All in all, 11 students and 3 chaperones.
Ms. Mee stayed with our friends and translators Yiko and He (Hugh) and 16 students. Shout out to her because she didn't think she'd make it up the mountain, but she did it!!
We are SO proud of our chaperones :)
The trek down: It was steep. Some parts were really steep. There were a lot ...
... thing between the two common style is that they despite looking so simple, have a clean, somewhat sophisticated look, but at the same time without it being overdone. Is there the guy that overdoes it? Probably but he's drowned out by the other thousands of well-dressed men.
Fashion in Chinese women is also simple. Snow, the person in charge of the Chinese end of the Exchange, dresses in fashionable dresses and are simple but elegant. The dresses that are in fashion ...
... know there should be around 80,000 warriors and the one with the rows of warriors only has 6,000! There was one hall where they hadn't even started digging to see if there's more warriors. Our tour guide had Michelle take a picture with him and the three "sexy men." Oh he just cracked me up on ow much he liked these guys! Our tour included lunch, which was served as a typical Chinese style with many dishes and you all shared. It was actually pretty good ...
... in the south of Thailand, this proved to be a difficult task as Beth likes to organize things even if they are not hers. Also, having a valuable hiding in my backpack was a continuous pendulum of secrecy and security. I had hidden the ring in a Chinese flash card box, seemed like a logical disguise.
After a few nights of the Bangkok tourist scene we stretched north to the city of Chiang Mai, via an ...
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