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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... your own likeness and shipped back home for about 4 or 5 thousand Dollars. The heads and hands are sculptured and fired separately and attached later. The bodies are made in a pressed mold and are hollow.
Upon arriving at the Mausoleum - a huge open square area (in fact every thing here in China has a greatness about it) - Chelsea took us into a lovely Chinese restaurant and we all sat down to a delicious lunch...or ...
All in all, this was a truly momentous day rich with Chinese history and incredible discoveries. I am so blessed to have had the chance to see these in person and be able to tick this moment off my bucket list. This is definitely an essential place you need to visit on your trip to China. Take your camera. Take your wallet, and take your mind to prepare to learn about one of the most incredible sites in the world.
... I left my camera case at the half way point when I was a mile away from finishing. It was a thirty dollar camera case. The case, not the camera itself was lost. But I couldn't leave it, because I'm stubborn and cheap and was an idiot for leaving it behind in the first place. So you want to know what I did? I biked the Xi'an city wall. Twice. That's 17 miles that I covered. Best part? My bag was nowhere to be found. After huffing and puffing and ...
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We all grabbed my bags and headed to the train station.
... stage people started to line up to take pictures of me.
When waiting in the station in Xian there was an announcement, everyone got up and lined up at the gate. Two about 16 year old girls stood in front of me. At one stage one of them looked around and then at me; I saw the shock in her eyes, she quickly did a few small steps sideways. I suppose a 16 year old in Brisbane who has never seen an Asian would do the same if they suddenly saw a semi summo wrestler behind ...
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