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... walk around it was far too hot, with the only respite being an ice Cream half way round.
After getting the shuttle back to the main complex I then got the Bus back to Xi’an as I had planned to go cycling around the city wall with my roommate Sofia, from Sweden, which was apparently the other main thing to do in Xi’an. I met Elio again on the way back and we both exchanged what we thought of Xi’an so far and pretty much came to the same conclusion, we liked ...
... less than $7), a bar, an internet cafe with free wifi, a koi pond, and my favorite part, a resident cat. The hostel is also fairly empty right now (it's the slow season), so I have a dorm room all to myself. Did I mention it's less than $6 per night? Because it was so foggy, I decided to visit the Terracotta Warriors today. I took the city bus back to the main train station and then hopped on one of the frequent busses ...
... from India via the Silk Road. It has definitely achieved its purpose; it is still standing, and preserving some special relics. The steps going up are a little creaky, but you can't expect much less from a 1361 year old building. The view from the high levels was pretty amazing, as well. It is so unfortunate that this view, and many others in China are hindered by the high pollution levels, which limit how much you can see. I imagine that on a clear day, you would be able ...
... entrance to the queues that filled up entire waiting areas. Luckily we survived unscathed and boarded the train for Xian. Even though it is not the fastest train in China we were still going 308km/hr - which is pretty fast in our books! Within 5 hours we were stepping off the platform in Xian and heading to our new home, Hantang house, for the next 3 ...
... before tackling the next set of steps. Out of our group, only Lynette went one stage higher to where the wall forked. But we felt very pleased with our efforts. According to Peter, our guide, we must have climbed more than 1900 steps! Roger amazed us - he is 75. So at one of the forts, he shouted us a drink - he and Keith had a can of beer and I opted for water. Rob and Cathy also made it this far. The views were fantastic and it ...
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