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... middle of a flat field) but there was no reference to anything else in his tombs. Kimme explained how archeologists have now discovered what is essentially an underground city, stretched out over around 50km - all dedicated to the tomb of the first Emperor. Excavations of some of the tombs have clearly begun, as there is a smattering of bronze statues that are on display in museums, but the vast majority of it remains unexplored for a number of reasons. Not ...
... was during our third period, when the rest of the group was in cooking class. In this class we were supposed to help students revise their essays, but most of the time was taken up by introductions. Reading the work of the students was really interesting. The class we visited was not an international class, and yet their English was really great. I also went with Rachael Beck to visit one of the classes we went to yesterday. It was great to see everyone ...
We left our hotel in Beijing at 7:30 this morning to head for the airport because our flight was supposed to leave at 10:30 and after the traffic we saw Monday we didn't want to take any chances. On our way out we got bombarded by vendors selling scarves, watches, and purses. Originally we said no but then they followed us while we were rolling across the parking lot in the car so we bought some real name brand watches. One woman threw ...
This is one of China's most historic places, don't go there during national holidays, you will not like it.
Saying that, I did just that because....I don't know why, I wanted to go somewhere interesting and xi'an is. Weirdly I met 2 Chinese people on the plane who studied in Australia, who happen to be sitting next to 4 Australians, older couples (60's) but really friendly. I unfortunately sat next to China's biggest creep. He ...
... I could try and slip in with a group that already has one. I took the cheaper option. I thought it would be entertaining to go in alone and tag-a-long with a group already inside.
Until arriving in Xi'an, especially at the Terracotta Warrior Site, I hadn't seen another foreigner besides Kate. But there were dozens of them! I met a man on the way to the tombs from Malaysia. He only had the rest of the day before his visa would expire. He spoke very good ...