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In addition, I spent a cumulative 65 Yuan today just purchasing pens, pencil cases, and notebooks in the various small “study stores” you can find along the streets. The pencil cases were decorated with pumpkins, turnips, and eggplants and the notebooks I bought both had hilarious errors in the English grammar, such as “Everyone can make mistakes, the key is rectifies” and “Enjoy the life with simple and ...
... looked fairly similar to each other. By the time we had done that we were past exhausted but we still had to walk back.
I should say somewhere during the day I had to go to the toilet, finding a western toilet was proving impossible. So in I go with my tissue paper and wet ones. Not only were we only able to find squat toilets but they weren’t exactly clean either. Now I’m as agile as a baby elephant ...
... the bus back. I first got chatting to Mel from Austria because he asked me a kind of strange but relevant question. “Do you get Chinese people touching your hair, because I have a friend who is blond and wants to come and visit me, but she is worried they will?” I assured him I hadn’t had any random Chinese people coming up to me and touching my hair, but I had had a few photos taken.
We then discovered that we were all heading for the Xi’an ...
... seen a lot of poverty while here, but all together and surrounded by the trees, I guess I just though it was symbolic of China. We ate near the Terra cotta warrior site in a tea house restaurant and I would have to rank that meal as second or third on my top favorite list so far (Dumpling wins). There was all kinds of food that was all really good but I loved the Jasmine tea that was served with it. Howard said it was probably a year old judging by the color and that it was ...
... at the top and it forms a 14km (8.5 miles) square around the city. It's brilliant and I can see why the man became an emperor and felt safe inside his city.
We bombed around the wall on a big, 8 seater golf buggy which rattled along the stonework between the crenellated walls. The interior and exterior landscapes were very different. The old town sat inside the walls. Ancient buildings, with archetypal tiled rooftops mixed with more modern ...