Jiahe Business Hotel
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... showed us the delicate traditional papercuts that she made to earn money. She told us she learned this skill from her grandmother, who learned it from her mother. She and her husband also have some farmland where they grow corn and wheat -- she does most of the farm work because her husband's on the road. The village farmlands surround the streets were the villagers houses are built. They share ...
... away little one) The stairs were absurdly steep, but the mountain was beautiful. Once we had reached Center peak and took some pictures we stopped for lunch. I was the only one in the group who had brought a lunch, but luckily my lunch was big enough for four and then some. After lunch we hiked to West peak where we all placed our locks. Matt has a nice video of us all putting our locks on which was fortunately or unfortunately set to the sound of Red Solo Cup. You ...
... people will come up and ask to take their picture with us. Doesn't matter if we've about to board our plane or we're walking to the post office or if we're watching a grand fountain show. In (sometimes broken) English, someone will walk up and want to get a picture with the foreigners. Let's face it: in America, that would be pretty much just straight up rude to walk up to a unique-looking person and ask to take a picture with them! But the constant ...
... easily walk around the perimeter and not see the same warrior in the same way. Every new group seemed to amaze. Reflecting on the age and purpose of the statues it was easy to lose oneself in the past. To imagine the workers (estimated 700,000) crafting the horse figures and the warriors, to picture the rows of spears and halberds now vanished, the chariots now too victims of the centuries, and to contemplate the power and influence Qin Shi Huang Ling ...
... with everyone on the tour.
After getting back to the hostel we shared a free beer (courtesy of our tour) with some of the people we had met. A small group of us then decided to head into the Muslim Quarter to get something to eat. The Muslim Quarter is a very lively area with rows of stalls all set out, offering a selection of street food at low prices. You can find a real array of foods, from meats to treats and everything in between. Being in a small group ...