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Today was our first day at Tie Yi High School and it was so much fun. We toured the school, learned tai chi, ate in the faculty dining hall (delicious) and had a welcoming ceremony. The welcoming ceremony was particularly nice. The principle of the school spoke, as did Mr. Condon, the Tie Yi students, and myself and Rosemary. Rosemary and I had a great time thanking the school ...
... Pizza Hut. Fairly expensive but it was nice to have something familiar for a change and there was enough left over for us all to have lunch the next day.
The next day we took the bus and the first stop was at Shaanxi Museum. Quite interesting but there was a huge crowd there which made it a bit difficult to get a look at some of the exhibits. There was a big courtyard with nice shade so we had our lunch there. Another bus took us into ...
... received a grand total of only $2 for his discovery.
Scholars have come to learn that there are a total of 77 different Emperor’s tombs in locations around Xian, but 75 of these have been previously raided. There are only two that have not been opened, Emperor Qin’s (we will see his soldiers and other accompaniments for the after life today), and Empress Wu’s. At the Terra Cotta Soldiers’ exhibit, we will see three pits. The ...
... road to get some photos of the night wall with the lights on. It was a life threatening experience trying to cross the roads and we probably aged 20 years. Apparently it is easy to ride on the back of a motor bike whilst asleep or be a four year old girl eating her mcdonalds while she sits on dad's lap on his motorbike with her younger brother at the back. But it was after 11pm so maybe it's okay then. Early start in the morning as we fly to ...
... and headed straight for the Terracotta Warrior Museum. The museum is on the far side of town, so we had about an hour drive. During the entire hour I saw construction sites. Now the flip side of this coin is the obvious poverty. At the base of many of these new apartment complexes are little ghetto communities resembling any third world country on the globe. Mercedes and old men pedaling three-wheeled carts piled ...