Bad Jokes and Bruce Lee – China Day 5

Written and posted March 7th, 2018

Today was our last day in Xi’an. Since we had rain the first day we had to pack everything into our schedule today. We saw the Terra-cotta Warriors, learned calligraphy, ate a delicious noodle lunch, went to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, biked the city wall, had hot pot for dinner, and explored the city after dinner as well. We also said goodbye to our very punny local tour guide Bruce. I will be posting mainly photos today, especially since I have to be up at 4 AM for our flight to Guilin in about three hours.

Enjoy!

-Anna

Terra-cotta Warriors

Learning calligraphy

Shadow puppets

Big Wild Goose Pagoda

Buddha (couldn’t take a picture head on)

Prayer and burning of incense

Another Buddha

Dragon as part of a wall at the Pagoda

View from the ancient city wall bike ride (photo creds Nick Sokoll)

Part of the Lantern Festival display on ancient city wall (photo creds T. Bei)

3 thoughts on “Bad Jokes and Bruce Lee – China Day 5

  1. Anna!! I’m so envious of your travels! You’re seeing such beautiful things, meeting such interesting people, and eating such amazing food!! I hope that you’re taking it all in and enjoying every minute of your amazing journey. I wish I could be there with you!!! I really love all the colors in your photographs – and all the gold leaf. Spectacular. Be sure to wash your hands a lot when you travel!!! xo Allison

  2. Thank you for writing such informative and descriptive posts! I am always eager to read the next installment about your adventures. The photographs you post actually tell a story as well. Quite extraordinary people, places, and experiences are reflected in them.

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