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... China, huge. Shops, restaurants, hotels and entertainment complexes surround it. In the plaza itself, we saw lots of kids playing with laser and other flashing-light toys, people dancing and doing Tai Chi, and thousands and thousands of people.
About a half hour before the show was supposed to start, we went to try to get a good spot to see from, only to discover that we were a bit late. The crowd surrounded the giant fountain square on all four sides, and ...
... extremely welcoming and so were the people of Xian. China is an amazing confidence booster, after photo shoots and gifts, I felt so loved. My favorite field trip by far was the cultural town. I was able to satisfy my shopping habit and my food curiosity in one place, even though admitting it is strange, eating scorpion was a highlight of my trip. I can't imagine life without waking up every morning to honking and laughing babies, taking the bus, grabbing taxis and living a ...
... dinner, we all went over to the town square for their Friday night dance party. Our room in Mrs. Yen's home is very small and rustic, with the most uncomfortable bed I've ever slept on and a sack of hay and rice for a pillow, but it was a most memorable experience and gave Malia a feel for village life. Today, after a paper cutting demonstration and some arts & crafts for the children, we board a plane for Chengdu, home of the giant ...
... by the station staff. This journey was a completely different kettle of fish to our last one - the Chinese family we were sitting with were full of conversation! Although not a single word was in English it was great to chat and share some jokes. They were fascinated with James' height and weight and particularly the weight of his bag! And when they caught a glimpse of our Lonely Planet they were over the moon - It kept them amused for hours! Still zero sleep but good ...
... tickets to get up on the wall (discounted from ¥40 with our BuckIDs) and were able to rent 3 bicycles which cost is collectively ¥140. If you are really paying attention to this update, you will notice that we rented three bicycles for four of us. Pierre and James rode tandem. Clearly, this image cannot be described in words.
For the next hour and a half, the four of us rode the wall in its entirety (all 13.6 km!). We were able to see ...