Hanting Express (Xi'an Gaoxin Road)
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... masses and masses of people to get to the correct station where my hostel is and by the time I get out of the station it's still raining but I don't care anymore as am way too hot in my rain jacket. I find the hostel quite easily; they emailed me great instructions, either that or am getting much better at my sense of direction ^^ Once I'm in my room I finally take time to chill and catch my breath. After awhile though people start coming into the room ...
... A charming maze of back streets and alleys near the center of the old city, the mix of Middle-Eastern and Chinese cultures created a place unlike any I've ever visited. The food, which was a blend of Chinese and Halal cooking (and mostly came in skewer form), was mind-blowing. The mosque was equally unexpected: picture a Chinese temple with Islamic writing and prayer areas. Even the minaret looked like a giant ...
... Ahsen. He showed me around the city, took me out for dinner and introduced me to his university friends. I got a chance to experience the local culture and cuisine of Xi'an through a different lens.
I also got to check out The Great Mosque of Xi'an. It is the oldest and most renowned mosque in China, built in 742. It covers ...
... baby in China and it seems that they are desperate to keep that child as young as they can for as long as possible. Some of these 'babies' are enormous. They'd happily cradle a thirty year old, put a twenty year old in a pram and give a dummy to a teenager. If we'd have put Tash in a stroller, nobody would have batted an eye. 4. Staring God the staring...so common, so weird, so lacking in the social grace of looking away when they're caught. 5. Food Is there ...
... 8230;and I was practically drooling at the thought.
Oh soap, how I miss you. Paper towels, I think about you every day. Toilet paper, I never realized how important you were to me (sorry tissues…you just aren’t the same).
These things are too good to be true.
America , oh beautiful for spacious skies, for amber waves of grain. America, oh beautiful for hand soap and toilet paper.