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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... malls. Firstly, we went to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the place where the master Xuanzang translated the Buddhist scriptures. And we climbed the pagoda and saw the real inscriptions that inscribed by hundreds years. And the Terracotta Warriors-one of the world wonders in the World, we also visited. It is really an amazing underground army, some of them are also ...
... giggly from all the excitement). China is an extraordinary place but there are few things which have been strange: 1) Squatting toilets (enough said) 2) Spitting..... so many people do it.... men and women.... Thankfully they make a really hideous guttural noise first so you can try and look the other way! 3) Staring.... I kind of understand this as there aren't many "big noses" (as westerners are known) here.... and some people are ...
... in the middle of a roundabout that is busier than the Arc de Triomphe, but fortunately it was accessed by an underpass. The Bell Tower was fascinating but watching the traffic going round the roundabout was also fascinating. Gordon spoted 3 coffee shops, 2 of them were Starbucks and the other a real coffee shop (Pacific Coffee). Replenished we headed for the Drum Tower and then ...
On a long journey it's kind of impossible to be a hundred percent all the time, and on our way to our last China destination, Xi'an, I started to get a cold and a slight fever. Not too bad, but enough to opt for some rest and reading at the AC:ed hotel rather than aimlessly exploring yet another ancient walled city in the steaming heat. Nevertheless, as there were group dinners coming up and our band of merry travellers were to split up in all kinds ...
... that was specific to this region.
The Terra-cotta soldiers were discovered in 1974 by a local farmer who happened to be digging a well. The 8000 plus soldiers, chariots and horses were part of the burial objects for Qin Shi Huang (China's First Emperor) in the late third century BC. The soldiers were life size clay figures, their heights, uniforms and hair styles were different according to the individual's rank and duty. I showed Mary ...
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