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... a purse.
Some buckles had a red star. Others a Playboy bunny logo.
A few stations on and the greatest salesman on the Luoyang-Xi'an line was back with mechanical pencils. My neighbour took one apart, tested it and bought a pack.
This kid had the laughing carriage in his palm. His smiling monologue was a bravura performance.
The finale: toothbrushes. Not single toothbrushes, but packets to last months. This kid is ...
... tried to fall asleep but couldn't.
Once there, we walked to the busses where we would be driven to the cable cars. It was a "crazy and wild ride," per Kevin and, "stuff was flying around." Once arriving at the cable cars, we proceeded to get on in small groups. Faruk and I shared a cable car. Faruk is seemingly afraid of heights and sinking boats. We got off and walked up to the stairs that start the limb to the peaks of the mountain. Rosemary and I vowed ...
... as well as broadway musicals. This was like nothing I have ever seen. A description would not do it justice, nor do the pictures taken from my measly smartphone. If there is one thing in China that I recommend everyone see, it is an opera. So, like I said. There has been a lot going on in such a short amount of time. The one thing that I have learned on this trip though, is that often, the road less travelled can lead to something extraordinary! Jamie ...
... so no wells had ever been dug there. But following a very long drought, he was persuaded to dig there, and started to discover bits of clay pottery as he dug deep down. And so the Army was discovered, slowly and painstakingly, and more sites are being uncovered still.
There are 3 big halls, each displaying different aspects of the Army. The main pit in the biggest hall is an amazing spectacle. You look down on to them from a balcony running right round the ...
... their luggage (everything but the kitchen sink) and the standing yobs smoking and hoicking every few minutes. It was pretty average and after reaching the hostel we both slept a few hours before getting out to explore the city. Xian is an interesting city that has food joints and meat shops right next to mechanics and Internet cafes. It was similar to Beijing in that way but seemed to lack the character of the capital. We did manage to find ...