Orient Hotel Xi'an
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... nice to chat to the various people from the bus. Jack kindly walked us down to the entrance of the Terracotta Warriors museum. We had been advised by some fellow travellers we meet in Mongolia going in the opposite direction to do the pits backwards 3,2,1! Nicky and Barry ha also been advised the same so we went for it, trying to find 3 took a few minutes. The first pit and smallest of the pits number 3 has a few warriors, broken horses. Pit 2 was big, ...
... Ahsen. He showed me around the city, took me out for dinner and introduced me to his university friends. I got a chance to experience the local culture and cuisine of Xi'an through a different lens.
I also got to check out The Great Mosque of Xi'an. It is the oldest and most renowned mosque in China, built in 742. It covers ...
... So much so that if you ask where the bathroom is in a restaurant they point you to the nearest public toilet. They stink, they're gross, and only to ever be used as a last resort. If you're really unlucky, your fellow public toilet users won't bother to shut their door, so you'll see things you should never have to see. 8. Size The country is huge, the cities are huge, the population is huge. It is exhausting, and they love to build walls which often serve ...
... of my skills with Chinese. It's been a little awkward. Tonight, though, we realized that if we used our translation apps, that we could talk. Plans for the week, meeting her parents, trips into the city....all of the things I think she had been wanting to say. We did it all by sitting side-by-side and typing messages to each other.
Then the conversation turned to her daughter, and to the dreams she has for ...
... unnecessarily so, but I really was tired of paying massive fees for things that weren't terribly interesting (Terracotta Soldiers, however, was worth it). The Chinese love these fake parks and whatnot, despite the fact that they have thousands of years of beautiful history to observe. I guess living in the country your whole life takes some of the excitement out of it. Perhaps they like buying expensive tickets to enter said parks in order to show off their wealth; if not, ...