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We arrived in Yannan quite late in the afternoon but with enough time to go and visit the Revolutionary Museum, an impressively large building, and the Wangjiaping Revolutionary Headquarters where Mao and Co. lived and worked in the late 1940s. We saw the rooms where he and Zhou Enlai lived which I was impressed by. The museum was a huge ( …
... is a non-teaching day), i booked a hotel and flights and a tour to see the Terra-Cotta warriors in Xi'an. Xi'an is a 2-hour flight from Shanghai so at noon on Friday I boarded Eastern China Airways plane for the flight. I guess the surprising thing about the flight was that, despite a window seat, all you can see of China is grey cloud that covers the entire east and goes well inland (see where Xi'an is on a map). No clear sky, or even anything that resembles white fluffy ...
... a door that locked, a mirror, clean western toilets( complete with- wait for it- toilet paper and soap)!! We slept soundly. After 17 hours we arrived in Xian.Our hostel ( Han Tang Inn) was nice. The room was tiny but was clean. They had good food as well. It was about €20 for a private double room with private bathroom. Brendan was still sick and I was coming down with the flu so we weren't up to much. We headed ...
... isn't innards looks like this meat, but don't worry about that because nothing compares to the sight on the other plate. On the other plate was eight chopped up pieces of what we can only liken to oesophagus. Did we try them both? Yes, and they were horrible. Tash actually spent the whole meal repeating the word 'Jesus'. All round a truly owful dinner, we just couldn't stomach it. Xian is an alright city. The whole reason for going was to see the Terracotta Warriors, ...
It took a while to meet up with the others; there was a miscommunication and I ended up biking 4+ miles in the wrong direction. Eventually, we redirected ourselves and met up after wasting many minutes on our phones (turns out, when you're out of province, it costs 10 times the norm--nobody knew this, so everyone ran out of money on their phones this day). The trio had two girls join them, names forgotten, from their hostel. One was from England and the other ...