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  • Notre voyage en Chine Posted by globetrotter14 in Autour de l'Inde et l'Asie 2014 | Apr 18, 2014
  • The Red HazeSpent the day sightseeing around Beijing, or more accurately what we could see through the pollution haze. The pollution the Chinese cities we have visited is really appalling. Take note rAbbot, we need a carbon plan!! First up was the world's Posted by adtamo in The Wheary Travellers | Apr 18, 2014
  • KINA - Beijing Kina er vel det landet me har forberedt oss minst til, me visste berre kva me hadde lyst å sjå men ikkje korleis me skulle få det til! Det å komma til Beijing har vore det største kultursjokket me har Posted by Hilkris in Australia/Asia 2014 | Apr 18, 2014
  • Shanghai Day 1 We arrived in Shanghai at 8 am local time, after flying through the night from Auckland. The aftermath of cyclone Ita in NZ delayed our Christchurch to Auckland flight and so it had been a mad rush to get Posted by JadeLim in Asia/Europe 2014 | Apr 18, 2014
  • Cloudy with a chance of Great Wall!Our last day in Xian was spent at the small Wild Goose Pagoda, having lunch with a Chinese family (and had a go at making noodles!) - it was like Uncle Wong's! We then visited Gao's Courtyard - a high Posted by adtamo in The Wheary Travellers | Apr 17, 2014
  • Thursday 17 April 2014Gailyn spent quite a lot of last night coughing, so it was a slow start this morning, with us not getting away until 11am. Rather than going straight to the Beijing Zoo, we decided to get some lunch beforehand Posted by kjgrose in China 2014 | Apr 17, 2014
  • Wednesday 16 April 2014Ryan's blog We woke up at 7:15am. We were going to the Great Wall of China. We popped down and had a buffet breakfast then got ready. Mum and I got to the lobby at 9am and our driver came and Posted by kjgrose in China 2014 | Apr 16, 2014
  • Tuesday 15 April 2014Another busy day! We were a bit slow to get moving this morning (not mentioning any names, Ryan!) but headed off to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City at about 9:30am. We couldn’t believe how packed with tourists Posted by kjgrose in China 2014 | Apr 16, 2014
  • Once were warriorsToday was the Terracotta Warrior day. Who ever thought a pit of statues would be so amazing. Each warrior was unique. A real stone army. One of the last remaining farmers who discovered the terracotta warriors enjoys 'rock star' status, Posted by adtamo in The Wheary Travellers | Apr 15, 2014
  • Dance with DragonsA quiet morning yesterday spent mostly in an a/c shopping complex to escape the Bangkok humidity. In the afternoon we travelled to Xian, China for two nights. The spectacular Bell Tower was only a couple of minute walk from Posted by adtamo in The Wheary Travellers | Apr 14, 2014
  • Monday 14 April 2014We all had a bit of a sleep in this morning and got down to breakfast in the hotel at 9:30am. We had a fairly hurried buffet breakfast before it closed at 10 and then we left for Tiananmen Square. Posted by kjgrose in China 2014 | Apr 14, 2014
  • Sunday 13 April 2014On our way! After a slow start for Ryan this morning, we all managed to get out the door and to the airport. On check in we discovered that our plane to Hong Kong is full and that we aren't Posted by kjgrose in China 2014 | Apr 12, 2014
  • Randomness #1For this 2nd in what hopefully is a daily thing this week (I need to build some habits up, even if I will be moving during this week-off too), I present a bunch of random photos. Those photos that I Posted by katya42 in A Bibliophile Abroad | Mar 31, 2014
  • Year of the Horse - Lantern FestivalIt's time to post something that can be shared in just one post. So, here it is: ==The Year of the Horse Lantern Festival.== The Lantern Festival occurs on the 15th day of the Spring Festival (more commonly called Chinese New Year in Posted by katya42 in A Bibliophile Abroad | Mar 30, 2014
  • Harbin Winter SwimmingHarbin, December 28th 2013 During my stay in Harbin, it had been the most freezing day. My breath vapor on the surface of my camera transformed into frost within just seconds. I stuck back my camera on my face, the frost Posted by automidori in Beauty and the Freeze | Mar 29, 2014
  • 2013 E3 OCEANIA - BEJING & HOME[[|PREVIOUS DAY]] Before tacking the Great Wall for the 2nd time, we visit a temple & a shopping visit to a Jade sales outlet. Heres the temple....very quiet... we were about the only tourists there.. [ Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | May 23, 2005
  • 2013 E2 OCEANIA - XIANG===Still in Xian,=== we are out early & pass the exercisers.... & early morning market [img=http://photos.travellersp Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | May 23, 2005
  • 2013 E1 OCEANIA - TERRACOTTA WARRIORS & SHOWAfter breakfast at a really great buffet in the hotel, my luggage arrived so I was able to change in time for.... === ...the flight to Xian and the Terracotta Army=== It is not allowed Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | May 23, 2005
  • 2013 D8 OCEANIA - THE GREAT WALL===I have one day in the port of Tianjin & get off the ship tomorrow.=== Today it is a bus ride to the part of the Great Wall closest to the port. A couple of views of the countryside.. Mostly, very Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | May 23, 2005
  • Kashgar, Crossroads of the Silk Road, Xinjiang, China The joy of a traveler looking for historic sites is the re Posted by Ramdas Iyer in Ramdas Iyer's- World Traveller Blogs | Mar 23, 2014
  • 2013 D6 OCEANIA - GARDEN CITY of SOUZHOU===Today, we are heading inland to the garden city of Souzou.=== Would be really odd if I bumped into the couple I met in Singapore. I don't. Shanghai from the ship - early morning, very misty.... [img= Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | May 23, 2005
  • 2013 D5 OCEANIA - SHANGHAI===SHANGHAI=== Today is my first time in China & I am just going to wander around on my own. I walk off the ship & turn right & through a nice little park to the ferry across th Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | May 23, 2005
  • Stranded in ShanghaiTwo days ago we stepped off the Japan-China ferry and dove headlong into a culture shock of epic proportions. We had been previously warned by several people that we had met on our various travels that China was not Posted by rexontheroad in Rex on the Road | Oct 27, 2012
  • People doing what they loveLiving by the mantra “Do what you love” has made me a happy person now, and I have since met many happy people who I find very inspirational. People who have jobs they love. Who are making conscious choices everyday Posted by Melimei in Do what you love | Mar 16, 2014
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