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... colours, explaining to the girl working there why in the process, we laugh and admire the other cool gadgets then head back to the street. Clíona decides to buy chops sticks where the lady called her sister, maybe it wasn't the best idea. Starting price was 350 for 2 boxes and Clíona didn't want to pay more than 20 per box! Oh no no no, she must be crazy. The lady thinks she's mad, but slowly lowers the price all the same. 50 is our last offer for 2 boxes ...
... to the east side and saw a hoard of 100 people lined up along the pavement. Where are they going we wondered? What are they waiting for? You guessed it....bus 306. I couldn't quite believe it, all these people? So equipped with my Mandarin phrase book I went to the front of the queue and pointed to "Terracotta Army" to the warden. A nod. Finally we found it, but damp and with wet feet it was still a tad miserable. Onto the local bus we had an hour drive 40km north east to ...
... the east. Therefore all the terracotta soldiers were facing east. The Terracotta Army was set 1,500 meters from the tomb to safeguard the king after he dies. Qin Shi Huang not only wanted to be the greatest king when he was alive, but after life and even forever. Therefore he wouldn’t allow a chance for the other six warring states to rebel. The Terracotta Army was meant to suppress them.
The pits were never mentioned in the historical records until Pit 1 ...
... org/wiki/Qin_Shi_H uang). He assumed the throne at the age of 13 and according to legend, drank mercury in order to live forever. In fact, his tomb is 2km from the Bing Ma Yang museum but has yet to be excavated because of the insanely high levels of mercury in the ground, 100 times the normal amount. He allegedly burnt books, buried scholars alive, and started building the Great Wall of China. Great guy, huh? Well he died in 210 BC. BC times! The terracotta warriors ...
... 40 years since they were discovered and there is still a lot to do! As you walked towards the back of the pit, there were sections where the archaeologists were working - all their tools were scattered around and part made Warriors and horses were standing like 3D jigsaw as waiting for their missing pieces to be found and fitted.
The Warriors certainly didn't disappoint - impressive, important and ongoing .......!!!