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... would be really close to the peak. The first one we saw got us really exited that we were close to the top. The next seven or eight sets of four green characters got us less excited and more annoyed with Condon for falsely promising an end to our hike. At one point we saw a sign that said we were at the peak and got super exited, but then realized it was just an oversized rest stop that wasn't the peak at all.
All drama aside it was really rewarding to make ...
... Emperor (who died before it was completed by his son) they were covered by a wooden roof on top of which were placed reed mats and then covered with dirt. Over the centuries since their entombment, dirt had fallen through and age had taken care of a lot of bits and pieces there - all wooden structures had decayed completely. Originally all the warriors had been painted, but exposure to the air has caused it to fade away. Restoration has come a ...
... make that a baby elephant on stilts, trying to go to the loo. Geoff went from wishing that he could see me to feeling very sorry for me. In the end the sorry bit won.
I couldn't be bothered with tea as I was just so tired so Geoff decided that we would have tea in the hotel. Tea was ordinary, it was mostly true Chinese food but I still thought that the quality was just there. After tea we flaked out… too tired to ...
... guy shouting " I'm on the Train whilst on the Train" is a bit tame for here. Every one shouts on the phone. Everyone has one.
They must also have never ending batteries as they never seem to run out.
We quickly made our way out of Beijing and had plenty of time to reflect on this amazing City.
Hoping that the next stop is just as good.
Reading up on Xian, it seems like the Terracotta Warriors is the only ...
... capital of 13 dynasties and is referred to as the Heart of China...it is really in the middle, and nestled at the confluence of two rivers. It is an amazingly modern city (the ancient city walls are intact and sit in the downtown core,) and there is a ton of development going on. They are at present digging three more subway lines to add to the two they already have. It has been slowed down because they keep excavating archeological treasures that ...