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For most people there's only one reason to go to Xi An, but it's a pretty good one.... the Terracotta Warriors!!
We arrived early morning after our overnight train and made a brief pit stop at our (very lovely) hostel before heading out in search of some warriors. Our extreme efficiency was promptly quashed by sleep deprivation, which only became apparent to ourselves an hour or so later when we discovered that the bus ...
... it was discovered that the foundations of the pagoda are somehow curved to cope with this sort of movement. The engineering back then was pure genius. Lunch today is a buffet including drinks. This means beer which puts a big smile on lots of faces. The food was quite nice and I believe the beer was very welcome by a number of the group. After lunch we go to the Muslim area commonly known as Food Street. It's quite crowded and we are given ...
... but for some reason the French building was closed. We found some horses but we didn't ride them, although I heard some other students did. Cayla and I sat and talked and ate for a while, and a group of adults came and tried to take a picture with us in the background. We noticed before they took the pictures, so we got up and joined them in the picture. The amount of strangers I have taken pictures with in China is amazing. And just because I'm foreign! There was also a ...
... up a notch and I also get collared to pose with some giggling Chinese schoolgirls which delights me! A day after a very enjoyable tandem bike ride around Xian's ancient city walls (in which I did considerably more cycling than Karen) we head 45 minutes out of the city to Mount Hua Shan. After several google searches it seems many people regard Hua Shan as one of the most dangerous mountain trails in the world and quite frankly it's easy ...
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