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... One of the oldest cities in China, the city was known as Chang'an before the Ming dynasty. Xi'an is the oldest of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, having held the position under several of the most important dynasties in Chinese history, including Zhou, Qin, Han, Sui, and Tang. Xi'an is the starting point of the Silk Road and home to the Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang.
... I tried a scorpion at Maweiyi. The scorpion tasted like a potato chip. The Muslim Market is like Maweiyi but they have more than just food. I bought many of my gifts at the Muslim Market.
My time in Xi'an was very fun and I will miss all of the people I've met and hope someday I will get to see them again.
This trip has been incredible, there's no other word to describe it. Usually when someone says incredible they don't really mean ...
... they were given the concession to operate shops and businesses in return. The very farmer who was digging the critical well at the time now sits in splendour every day in the Museum gift shop, and was kind enough to sign our book. See the photos for the warriors, some things we learned: - some 6000 individual soldiers, slightly bigger than life size including crossbowmen, archers infantry and charioteers - the soldiers are individually sculpted, and have different faces and ...
... classes) if they can afford it. On our way back into the city we stopped at the city wall where we rented bikes and biked around the top of the wall. Xi'an is one of the few cities with its whole wall still intact. It is 14km surrounding the city centre. It was a bumpy ride but had some interesting views of activities going on in the park, particularly the local opera that attracted my attention because I thought someone was in real pain (see video!) This morning as I ...
... Chinese equivalent to a Cornetto, my favourite, not least because they are 1.5 yuan (A$0.15) each here, when I noticed a teenager struggling to cross the road with a gait that's unique to the brand new on-line skate owner. I asked if I could take a photo because I hadn't come across this scene before in China. This began a two hour conversation on the merits of the Chinese living standards, the education and political system, how the population was too large ...