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... time we found it, it was closed. Instead, we went to a fantastic old fashioned Chinese place for dinner. I had a bowl of noodles that was one big fat giant noodle. Delicious. We also had cooked pig blood (!!!) and some satay and sweet milk with egg for dessert.
We walked all the way back to the hotel and I fell right asleep.
... were lame. As we continued walking around the peripheries of the warehouse, we clocked the noble ploy of the archaeologists. They had been picking up the pieces of the Qin dynasty for the past forty years; only one of the unearthed warriors had managed to maintain perfect health and remain guard for 2,200 years. I hope my potential employers do not get wind of this warrior's achievements, as he has set the precedent for being dedicated to the job rather ...
... other issues with the tone in which the word is pronounced, but that’s a whole different story. For example, the word “ma”, surprisingly enough means ”mother” but . . . . . depending on the tone in which one says it, it could also mean horse, hemp or scold and it is often used at the end of a sentence when asking a question. So that, in Chinese you can say “mother rides a horse, the horse is slow, mother scolds ...
... all week. We headed out to the Walmart which for the first time in China truly was a strong resemblance to its western version. Having successfully browsed all the isles we headed to the second floor where we were greeted with crisps, sweets and much more. After spending two hours In the Walmart we headed back to the hostel where we gorged on our purchases leading to no appetite for dinner!
We headed towards the centre of Xi'an where we discovered ...
... Also, I'm going to try to upload a video I made of the entire trip onto this post. It sums everything up in a great way I think, so you should check it out! Anyway, here's what I did on my first stop of the trip, Xi'an.
On Saturday evening, all 58 TBC students and our tour leaders departed on an overnight train to Xi'an. We stayed in hard sleepers, which are mini compartments with 6 cots, three bunks on each side. I was assigned a middle ...