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Wild China, Beijing and Xi'an Travel Photos

For those of you who might be interested in the photos that complement the travel reports of our adventures in Wild China (Sichuan), Beijing, and Xi’an, we’ve (finally) finished sorting through our images and have posted them on our Picasaweb site.  20 more words



The City of Xian in the Centre of China is known for its Terracotta Army about 30 km east of the city and visited by many tourists each year. 220 more words


Challenging Travel in China- Part Two


We couchsurfed in Xian with THE cutest and sweetest couple I have ever met. Seriously. They were the best and were the highlight of our time in Xian. 1,013 more words


A Glimpse into the Past - Terracotta Warriors - Xi'an, China

Since my parents retired they are fast becoming the most well-travelled people I know! and coming from me that really is something. They call it ‘S.K.I holidays’, i.e. 914 more words



The main attraction of Xi’an, the capital of Shaanxi Province, is the Museum of the Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses located near the mausoleum of first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang. 905 more words


Xi'an Day 2

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We rented a private car to bring us to the different attractions along the way to the Terracotta warriors (which frankly speaking, most people associate Xi’an with). 1,202 more words


The Terracotta Army

There was no breakfast included today, so we wandered through a light drizzle back to the Xi’an YHA and ate while watching TV coverage of the preparation for today’s military parade in Beijing to mark seventy years since the end of World War Two. 797 more words