Orient Hotel Xi'an
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... afternoon was had by all and some people even had
a little siesta. Good grief we are getting old. Then over the road to the
little supermarket for fruit and yoghurt and water and together with the stuff
which was sneaked out from the buffet breakfast, that was our gourmet dinner!
Tomorrow is flying home in the afternoon day so lots of
packing will be happening. Goodbye China, It’s been fun. Lots of great sights
but we wouldn’t want to live here.
... steady countdown going on in the car on the way to school.
"Maddy, only seven more days! Aiyi, we won't let you go."
"My gosh Maddy, only five more days. Truly? How can that be?"
Today we got down to day four. And in Chinese class we keep singing this really beautiful and depressing song called Peng You, which means 'friends.' Basically, it's a struggle to stay true to Anna Henderson's NO Tears Tuesday, and NO Weeping Wednesday rules. I don't ...
... all out. Everyone really seemed to enjoy it which was exciting. After the English class was over it was the end of the day for a lot of students. Although a lot of the Chinese students play basketball and do after school classes or talk to their friends. Today was a relaxing and good day gearing up for the climb up the mountain tomorrow which is our feild trip. I hope this was exciting and entertaing for all who read it. Sincerely, L.B. ...
... are still being uncovered today! It was like being in an Indiana Jones movie and really gave us a behind the scenes view of how they actually uncover buried treasure which was really cool! We also got to see that statue of the "lucky archer" which was really interesting because without him we would never have found the terra cotta army! He is named the lucky archer because nearly 40 years ago he was accidentally discovered by a farmer who was just trying to dig a well in order to ...
... towers, got our shop on in the Muslim quarter, found some serenity in the busy city at the Big Wild Goose Pagoda buddhist temple, and it wouldn’t have been a true Xian experience if we didn’t battle the crowds to check out the dancing fountain show on dusk. There was so much more that we could have seen and done in Xian, but time was against us, but we gave a real good go at exploring the ancient capital behind the smog.
If you think of China as a ...