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We follow the crowds in an out of rooms, reading the information boards and soaking up the history. Pit no. 2 is much bigger but there is little to be seen, they haven't finished excavating here and instead they have digital images of what lies beneath, got to love technology. Around the walk way of the sites are different warriors in cased in glass. The are held upright with steel rods, some do look quite unstable. It's an very ...
... 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 ...
... girls came on who had one sleeve of their outfit that was about 15 feet long and they all danced and spun together! The costumes through the whole show were so magnificent and colorful. There were also drum dances symbolizing battles and a man who played an ancient pan type flute that sounded just like a singing bird. The show lasted 90 minutes and everyone who was there absolutely loved ...
... and visit the drum and bell towers that are very close by. We headed around 12pm. We managed to blag student tickets for both towers so instead of paying 70 yuan each for the towers we only paid 35 yuan each. The towers aren't anything amazing only the structures and their age. We did however enjoy standing over the top of the tower watching over all the traffic and watching cars, buses, cycles, rickshaws and mopeds narrowly miss each other, people trying to cross! ...
A couple of weeks ago I decided that I should make sure I have seen all the places of interest before I leave Xi'an in 2 months time, so I headed out to a place called the Banpo museum.
It is on the eastern side of the city and Kasia (new Polish teacher) and I decided to meet at the railway station and get the bus out there. All sounded quite simple from the web site, but this is China, right?
It was ...