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... At 3:00, we headed back to the school. I played ping pong for a bit with other students then Josh, Targy, and I headed home. At 6:30, the three of us went to Wanda Mall for karaoke. We met up with Maddie, Hannah, Vicky, and Jessica like we planned, then to my surprise, DeAngela, Julia, Rachel, and Matilde showed up. It was a great night. Everyone had a great time. At around 10:00, we all left and headed home. I loved karaoke. What a day!
... many kebab grills billowing smoke and delicious-looking arrays of flatbreads, with designs baked onto the surface. Stalls selling freshly pressed pomegranate juice and intriguing golden-yellow slices of some kind of translucent pudding.(Pumpkin/red bean I later discovered...and sadly not as nice as it looked) More stalls selling multiple trinkets, many Terracotta Army related as well as ancient-seeming antiques, probably freshly made. X'ian has had a Muslim community for hundreds ...
... and a plastic spinning ball that played the tune to gangnam style. Not to mention the Chinese man attempting to sleep on my shoulder and another man with his legs in between Alex's ******. All in all it was a pretty miserable night. In desperation at about 3am after coming to the realisation that I was going to find no position comfortable enough to sleep in I decided to sit cross legged on the floor of the carriage and sleep with my head on my seat - which did actually work for a ...
So another early start as we wanted to get to the Terra-Cotta Warriors and Soldiers Museum before all the tour groups did and… before it got too hot – it is SOOOO HOT!!!
again we made our own way their by public transport - so much nicer.
at the museum i found this time there was a lot of archaeologists at work – it was really interesting – how exciting to find a new piece and have to record ...
... the airport again.
Our flight to Xian was uneventful. We met our next local guide named Rainbow at the airport. She filled us in on some of the basics about her city. We have now crossed over into northern China. The people in northern china tend to be larger and taller than southern Chinese people. They also grow more wheat and eat more dumplings. Southern China has thinner and smaller people and they eat more rice with meals.