Jinjiang Inn Xi'An South 2nd Ring Hi-Tech Zone
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... was wearing shorts. Damn these legs of mine! "Thank God that's not ours" said Ben seconds before a mound of deed fried fish was placed in front of us. Still haven't really mastered restaurants. They also gave us an egg cup full of liquid for us to try, it tastes like sweet & sour vinegar and the more I think about it the more I think we weren't supposed to drink it. We battled our way through the fish but eventually we had to give up. One day we'll order the right ...
... city wall on the left. We passed small food shops with outside tables with people eating BBQ and drinking beer. We passed a place with music coming from within and we passed small coffee shops. Still we kept walking. After many blocks we came upon a small establishment. I heard it. Faint at first but defiantly discernable. We passed through the translucent plastic strips which served as a door and went up two flights of stairs and there it was. It struck me as some type ...
... Without exaggeration we saw a minimum of thousand, 30 story or higher apartment houses being constructed. Many are being built with the expectation of those now living in the country will move into the city sometime in the future. For now, they lay empty.
Before leaving for the airport, we stopped at the old city wall, which our guide said was the best preserved in the world. It was 8 miles long.
... looms making cloth, woodblock printing, scorpions in wine, a farmer's temple (Buddhist), and grain being ground into flour by a very ancient technique (see pictures). I was able to sample a spicy soup with goat's blood and tofu, fried noodles, and a Chinese hamburger. I also bought a traditional ladle mask and a rubbing stone (which is actually a nut/fruit that is hand sanded)
After the village fair we went into the mountains and saw the tomb ...
... hop on the next bus out of town to see the big collection of clay playmobile people!
It was cheap enough again to get there on local transport. Only 10p on the bus anywhere round Xi'an centre, then 70p for the bus out of town to where the Warriors are housed. Transport is so so cheap in China and it's really efficient. Again I didn't have to wait any more than a couple of minutes for any part of the trip which is brilliant....at least compared to ...