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This week was a week of bus trips, first to the rafting, then with 31 8-10year olds to a little village close to Baoji, west of Xi'an.
We had been told that the trip would be no more than 2 hours each way, but again, it took over an hour to leave the city. The highway we needed was blocked off, so we then had to detour, arriving 4 1/2 hours after we left school!
We were treated to ...
... corridors and over packing transportation methods. It is said to be one of the largest human migrations in the history of the world each year, trailing only the Spring Festival around the Chinese New Year, when EVERYONE travels back to their home town to celebrate. My co worker Fletcher and I chose to try out a mountain hike a couple hours away from Xi'an. The more popular mountain just outside the city is called Hua Shan, and ...
... pits and over 7,000 soldiers, archers and horses. Pit 1 contains the infantry, Pit 2 with cavalry and soldiers, and Pit 3 is known as the Command Centre due to the number of high ranking officials found there.
The Terracotta Army is just one part of the tomb complex. They are the defending army of a complex necropolis. A mile west of the pits, a large hill, yet to be fully excavated is believed to be the burial mound of the Emperor, a tyrant who was ...
... there you go...devil-women can eventually turn out to be lovely. THE CUTEST KIDS IN THE WORLD! The other day I had a random little conversation with one of the boys from the centre. He was saying how he liked it here, but that he really missed home. He went on to tell me that at home he could play with his neighbours and climb trees. I told him that climbing must be incredibly fun. Then he told me that climbing ...
... scary at times. The drivers beep as they come towards you but never think of actually slowing down to avoid hitting you. And then all of a sudden a few meters in front of me I hear a big CRASH! I tried not to laugh but it was so so so hard. A taxi driver had slowed down to have a look at the foreigner (aka me), and the guy on the bicycle had also turned his head to have a look, but didnt manage to slow down to the extent of the taxi. ...