Decided I’d betray Xi’an foodbar for once and went to Chef Wang at Queens Court foodcourt just to see how it compares. Its just a random restaurant that I ran into while walking around the city cuz I was super hungry after carrying a group project (AHEM) and I just wanted a good feed. It was a pretty spontaneous decision and although the food wasn’t as good as Xi’ans it was still decent and cheap :^)
1.Braised Pork and thick noodles • $12 • (7.8/10) • It was kinda cool seeing the guy handpull the noodles before cooking but other than that the flavour was alright. Just like Xi’an all the sauce drops to the bottom so remember to give this a good mix beforehand. The pork was a bit tough but still had nice flavour.
2. Cumin Lamb burger • $6 • (7.5/10) • idk the lamb was actually amazing like I’d give it a 9/10. It had a nice deep cumin and spice flavour and the lamb was really tender. But sadly the bun was kinda too thick and ended up overpowering the lamb and made it kinda hard to chew and eat :’)
Tbh tho it wasn’t a bad meal I just feel like it was kinda an impulse decision to eat here and I could’ve chosen somewhere better to eat but can’t expect to think rationally when you’re hungry can ya 🤔
Xi'an is touristic but so enjoyable. The mix of culture and the increased amount of people speaking English allows for a smoother experience. The night is truly when Chinese cities reveal their true hidden beauty.
西安🚉 洛阳🚍 少林寺
Xi'an to Luo Yang by high speed train.
Went to Shaolin Temple at 登封. Yes the actual place where they film the movie. Lol 😂 but the whole place is like a garden and historical building, so it's quite nice for viewing.
13 celcius but feels like 10 but still bearable.
Walked 15,500 steps.
The 人山人海 moment yet to happen yet. But I'm crossing fingers.
When you're travelling 😝 cincai make up also looked damn chio.
Pensábamos que Xian merecería la pena aún sin ir a ver los famosos Guerreros de Terracota, pero la verdad es que si hubiéramos pasado de largo no nos habría dado ninguna pena. Eso sí pasear por el barrio Musulmán, degustar de su mezcla de culturas y sobre todo recorrer la muralla en bici ha sido una gozada.
La Muralla de Xian es la mayor muralla interior de China: tiene casi 14 kilometros, 12 metros de altura y por momentos hasta casi 18 metros de anchura. Vamos que por momentos parece que vas por una autopista. #xian#china#travel#travelphoto#viajar#viajaresvivir#elsueñocontinua#conlacabezaenlasnubes