Xi'An Anji Royal Hotel

Address: No.13 Gaoxiyi Road, Xigaoxin Opening Development Area, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Unearthing the Terra Cotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by laura421 on Jun 02, 2015

6 comments

... s tatoos, covered up but still visible. I have always loved dance (and dancing); these dancers were the perfection of fluidity, grace in motion. The music was not at all like the Chinese Opera; it was lovely and lyrical, an auditory feast. Totally sated with fine foods, satisfying and delightful cultural historic performances and incredible works of art, plus newfound friends, this day and this evening showed us some of the joys in life, living in Xi'an.
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New friends in a new adventure

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 20, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

Today was our first day at Tie Yi High School and it was so much fun. We toured the school, learned tai chi, ate in the faculty dining hall (delicious) and had a welcoming ceremony. The welcoming ceremony was particularly nice. The principle of the school spoke, as did Mr. Condon, the Tie Yi students, and myself and Rosemary. Rosemary and I had a great time thanking the school ...

Warriors, hospital hostels and dodgy English

A travel blog entry by fonfe on Sep 13, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... Stay hungry" But by far my favourite because I saw this tattoo on a poor lady who must have been told it meant something else entirely as the content was evidently meaningless: "Stay lucking forever". Hopefully this was NOT a typo! I do wonder if the reverse is true of all those tattoos Written in various foreign script on English speaking folk? Are these merely nonsense and not the hint at the greater depth of thought that the beholder would have you believe? ...

Long Time No See

A travel blog entry by chenli on Apr 06, 2014

13 photos

... I explained to my friend that it is widely used and accepted in English too.
Back in Shangqiu and a couple days later the new semester began. I took on some extra classes this semester, so I've been very busy teaching and planning. Beyond 16 teaching hours a week is considered overtime, and I have 26 hours this semester. I do have a bit of a mix of Oral English and English Writing classes though, which makes it more interesting. I'm also teaching a couple classes ...

Three inevitable firsts, and an army of terracotta

A travel blog entry by vickyli on Sep 26, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... maniac, and whilst that is very common in Asia, it was particularly bad. In fact, we were talking about just how dangerously he was driving when he side swiped a motorcyclist clean off his bike right below where we were sitting. It was a true heart in mouth moment when it looked like the guy was going to go under the bus. Thankfully, he didn't, but it was still a nasty crash and he was in a lot of pain. Nobody on the street helped him and then our bus driver got out ...