Xi'An Anji Royal Hotel
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... One, is a young lady from Foshan who, to my understanding is well off, and really wants to improve her English. We meet once a week at Starbucks, where she pays for my drink, and we chat in English for an hour as I make an easy 200 RMB.
My other client is a family, who too is very well off, I tutor once a week for 2 ½ hours for 500 RMB. I made contact with them via Jason and we meet at one of the local apartment buildings next to the school. There we visit their weekend home ...
Second day in Xian..... by Nelly:
We both woke up feeling so much better, thank God. After breakfast we were off by bus to the city wall of Xian. It was early in the morning and it was so peaceful walking on top of this wall. The view was beautiful, so was the day. The city was waking up, people did their exercises in the adjoined park and the city came to life.
Then we needed to leave, because there was a flight to catch back to Beijing ...
... The day is a bit overcast but we're hopeful that it won't rain... Silly silly us, by the time we get to the foot of the mountain it's already started spitting but we were there already and had planned to climb to the north and south peak and nothing was going to stop us. The climb at the beginning is quite nice it's only a gradual slope, if it wasn't raining it would have been a very nice walk but it's a very strange feeling to be hot and ...
The problem with a strict schedule is that you have to pre-book things. Sometimes this is a good thing but for our trip to Xian it was a bad thing. We had too much time in Chengdu and too little time in Xian. We left Chengdu and got an overnight sleeper train to Xian. We opted for the soft sleeper as we were scared that things might be as bad as the Indian trains-we were in for a huge treat as far as sleeper trains go!! We ...
... restaurant for dinner. Established in 1920 this serves the local speciality of crumbed bread in a mutton soup. We both ordered the classic dish along with an unusual 'luxuary' Tsingtao (pretty good!). First to arrive was a bowl with two warm doughy flat breads, which we'd read that we now needed to break up into very small pieces; not a quick process and around 15 minutes later we had finally transformed the flatbreads into two piles of ...