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... up we then set out to explore Xi'an which means Western Peace. This city is located close to the banks of the Yellow River and has a history dating back 1,000 years. The city served as the capital for China's greatest empower, Emperor Qin Shi Huang (221BC) (the word 'China' is derived from his name) and was also the starting point for the world's most famous trade route - the Silk Road. Our first stop was the Old City Walls ( which date back to the 14th century) ...
... Vicki’s uncle took us on his motorcycle (sorry mom) up to the hotel
where Vicki’s parents were doing KTV. The motorcycle ride was one of my
favorite parts of the whole visit. He was obviously an experienced driver, and
made the twisty road that was in a ridiculously bad state of repair seem easy
to drive on. The smell of the green earthy air was amazingly refreshing and the
whole thing was pretty surreal. All too soon, we got the hotel, which ...
... he had ever had! Sue had a shot-glass-sized glass of wine for $8 and Dave $3 Chinese beer. Our flight was about 30 minutes late.
The flight was a little over two hours. They served a meal of beef and rice or fish and rice. By the time they got to us, it was fish and rice. The fish was in the shape of balls the size of marbles and was mixed in with carrots and peas in a thick sauce. The fish balls were the texture of a de-crusted slice ...
... China” about 8 to 10 years ago, had really lowered our expectations of this country. He can’t believe how much this country has changed, everything so clean and so modern. Here, the train itself, has a cleaning lady who is continuously moping the floor and collecting papers and garbage. In John’s China, people were on the streets with their pajamas, everyone was pushing you on ...
... it's just a super ****** situation as it's the first time we've had ****** roommates but we're thinking happy thoughts and doing our best to ignore it! In these situations it's best to remember that these moments will make for great stories later and we've already started making jokes about it so that's good! I feel much better after venting ahah. We're off to finally explore Xi'an tomorrow which should be exciting as I'm dying to see the Terra Cotta Warriors!
Love talia ...