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  • steinwald ein hit...hundemüde (also ich der martin) sind wir nach 55 km fahrt von tangchizhen in der nähe vom steinwald/stoneforest in shinlin eingetroffen. zum glück haben wir mit einer plattform einen homestay reserviert, und auch der war noch schwer zum finden ... chines Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 21, 2017
  • 45 km von kunming nach tangchizhenendlich wieder auf dem velo - mann gönnt sich ja sonst nix... durch die stadt kunming - perfekt organisiert mit speziellen spuren für die velos und fussgänger...aber auch die scooter benützen diese - raus aus der stadt - dann viel viel Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 19, 2017
  • vorgesehene routewenn das wetter so schön bleibt und nicht zuuuviele berge und steigungen auf uns warten... möchten wir in 10-15 tagen diese route per velo bewältigen: [[https://goo.gl/maps/i4XwxQzfPNG2|vorgesehene route]] [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/886 Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 18, 2017
  • juhuuuuuu....bereits 250 abonnenten...! wer ist noch nicht dabei??? hier der link zum mitmachen: [[https://www.instagram.com/everydayholidayforever/|Instagram - schreib dich auch ein! und abonniere unseren stream!]] [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/8 Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 18, 2017
  • 1400 meter tiefer....heute war um 5 uhr tagwache - das übliche und abfahrt um kurz vor sieben uhr bei zwei grad plus rund sechs kilometer an den flugplatz von shangri-la - ein topmoderner riesiger flugplatz - mit enormen highways ringsrum noch am Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 18, 2017
  • Quick trip to Shenzhen I had another short weekend, so I left as early as possible on Saturday morning. It took five hours at least, just to get to the metro station in Shenzhen. Wow. I was told by a crazy Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 17, 2017
  • Disappointing beach I had a short weekend, because I was invited to attend the opening of the culture festival on Friday night. The beach at Yangjiang wasn't too far away, so I took the first bus out there a Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 17, 2017
  • wintereinbruch und planänderungnach der wunderschönen busfahrt hoch nach shangri-la genossen wir die ersten 2 tage bei wunderbarem sonnigen wetter. wir haben mit den velos die stadt erkundigt - die neustadt mit ihren tollen märkten und dem superguten essen. viele tibeter (verschied Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 17, 2017
  • shangri-la!nach zwei wunderschönen und erlebnisreichen tagen in LIJIANG sind wir heute nach einer 4-stunden-busfahrt in SHANGRI-LA auf 3300 metern über meer angekommen! eine gäbige unterkunft in OLD SHANGRI-LA gefunden - betten mit elektrischer matratzen-heizung - b Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 14, 2017
  • die tracks - 1. teil6.4.2017 - DIE MEKHONG-FLUSSFAHRT mit dem BOOT: Mekhong nach Guan Lei China beendet: 06.04.2560 BE, 17:10:16 Route: 6.4.17 Chinatour Tag 2 Boot Explorer Link: [[http://walkmeter.com/2dcc719c4ebb1330/Boat-20170406-0509|http://walkmeter.com/2dcc719c4eb Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 12, 2017
  • endlich angenehme temperaturenso ein blog ist nicht sooo einfach - wenn es nur schlechte und/oder sehr teure internetverbindungen gibt! also - nach einer superschönen bootsfahrt auf dem mekhong - start am 6. april 2017 morgens um 5 uhr (treffpunkt bei der immigration) - Posted by edh-on-the-road in edh on the road in china | Apr 11, 2017
  • Read the small print!! And do your homework!!The Gadabouts are on the open seas again and are trying to regain a sense of humour and equilibrium after frenetic land days in the Asian Ports of Ho Chi MinCity, Nha Trang,Hong Kong and Naha. ==FIRST PORT: HO CHI Posted by TravellingLight in Travelling Light | Apr 7, 2017
  • After 10 Years Blogging, Travelpods Shutring DownLifes one hell of a journey my friends.  In 2005, after travelling to fourteen non-English speaking countries and fifteen years working for the Commonweath Attorney Generals Dept in various Law Courts and Tribunals I donated my lifes belongings to ch Posted by eddakath in After 10 Years Blogging, Travelpods Shut | Mar 30, 2017
  • Dinner on the Orient ExpressIt is no surprise to us that China is full of surprises, but even we were amazed to be having a full blown haute cuisine dinner on board the Orient Express in Guangzhou... [img=http://p Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Mar 29, 2017
  • Farewell to Yangshuo This tea plantation in Guangxi Province is the last stop on our trail of tea in the Orient. Here, high in the limestone karst mountains above the River Li, only the tenderest new leaves Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Mar 27, 2017
  • Some "bagua" villages around Zhaoqing I went back to Zhaoqing after getting rained out last weekend. It was pretty cold and I booked a cheap hotel on booking.com, but it was a little hard to find. I showed the address to som Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 26, 2017
  • Schooldays in the Yangshuo MountainsToday there is very little difference between our lives and the lives of most Chinese. Many live in comfortable modern houses and apartments; they drive Fords, BMWs and Audis on excellent multi-lane highways, (with lots of speed cameras); they travel Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Mar 24, 2017
  • Our Yangshuo FamilyThe Chinese have big happy families and this is just a part of our big happy Chinese family taking us on a cycling tour of the picturesque ancient villages along the banks of the Yulong River in Guangxi Province in Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Mar 23, 2017
  • Yangshuo – A Little Slice of Heaven Following our cruise on the Yangtze to the Three Gorges Dam we spent a couple of nights in Wuhan. We would show you pictures but this huge modern city is not a particularly pretty sight. Our next stop, some one Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Mar 21, 2017
  • Rainy day in Zhaoqing After lunch at home, I walked all the way down to the bus station in the afternoon and hopped a bus to Zhaoqing. I wanted to go to the beach but it was going to rain all Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 21, 2017
  • Cruising the YangtzeWe began our cruise in Chongqing – a dirty, smoky hell-hole some 30 years ago when Sheila last visited – but now it's a booming city of smart highrises and ritzy shopping malls. We arrived from Chengdu in just Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Mar 19, 2017
  • It's a Wonderful Panda WorldDevelopment in China has been so rapid over the past few decades that it has sometimes outstripped practicality. Mega-construction projects have lined the pockets of developers and provided employment for millions but many grandiose developments, includin Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Mar 13, 2017
  • English club spring trip Darby invited me to go to the English club spring trip at a park in Yunan, a town about an hour and a half away (not the province). We got on two huge buses [img=http://photos.trave Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 13, 2017
  • Home AgainWe left our hotel in Guangzhou around 6:00 am and took the subway to the airport. I had been worried about using the subway before we arrived. I thought it would be too difficult to know where we were and Posted by katdill in Adventures in SE Asia 2017 | Mar 12, 2017
  • Our Big Day at the Seaside in ChengduAfter a journey of twenty thousand kilometres, battling a blizzard in Vancouver, suffering the sweltering heat in Sri Lanka and the nightime chills in the mountains of the Tibetan Plateau, we pushed on by boat, bus, plane, train, taxi and Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Mar 11, 2017
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