Shaanxi Railcom Business Hotel
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... crazy background but also very cool. I end up joining Betina and Josh for dinner, they take me to the Muslim area, which is basically a huge long street food market where we go from stall to stall trying all kinds of food on sticks. My favourite definitely has to be the lamb skewers, I think I had about 4 from different stalls. I also shared a lamb burger, it was ok and tried some weird looking cake which we realised after tasting it that it was made ...
Dinner was a dumpling feast where we ate a wide range of dumplings - a range of duck, pork, chicken, vegetable as well as sweet walnut dumplings. Yummy !! Then we were treated to the Tang Dynasty performance at the Shaanxi Opera House. Fabulous costumes, singing and dancing in a traditional Chinese show. Simply "wow" with a wonderful surprise at the ...
... on a tour that was amazing. it was interesting to learn how important Feng Shui is to the Buddhist religion. It was fascinating! I bought some wall hanging that will go in the new house along with some other stuff I didn't need but bought anyway! By the time we finished at the pagoda we headed back to the hotel and crashed. Our feet hurt and our bodies and internal time and temperature are still somewhere over the Pacific!
... wide at the top so plenty of space to ride. We stopped occasionally and looked down to the streets below at the chaos going on. The people were like ants swarming and the cars were sitting 5 across on a two lane stree. The 6th car would then try and pass on the outside. When walking to the wall this morning we had to cross a main road with no traffic lights. Peter went and we all huddled and followed like little ducklings. You literally just walk and ...
... big Hua Mountain adventure, but it's the little adventures and little victories we share that make this trip so meaningful.
We're all challenged here in ways both big and small and we're all faced with obstacles. Overcoming them together has really brought our group closer.
Hua day was full of that.
Seeing the excitement of the climbers- Laura, Matt, Andrew, and I decided that we wanted to walk down it. It didn't look so good for ...