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  • Chongqing 11-12th August Chongqing The bus took through even more terraced rice paddies. I was seated in the bus behind a lady who managed to open the window shared with me, throw up quite substantially while riding, and to close the window Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 19, 2014
  • GuilinWe originally intended to take the train from Shanghai to Guilin, but we soon found out that it would take twenty seven hours and the price was almost the same as a flight. Naturally we opted to fly. I’ll come Posted by mattld in An Irish (and Spanish!) Lad Abroad | Sep 19, 2014
  • GongxianGongxian The next morning it rained heavily and we missed the first train, but caught the next one. This time we stopped in Gongxian, had to wait a few hours for the next bus to Chongqing, as by then we had Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 18, 2014
  • Luobiao 9th-11th August Luobiao and Gaokan The bus ride to the middle of nowhere, which is basically what Luobiao is, was long through winding mountain roads, some of the hairpin turns of which had collapsed or were about to, as was visible enough Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 18, 2014
  • 10 Days Guizhou Panoramic Landscape Tour Day 1. Airport pickup to Libo Sanli Hotel. 4* Day 2. Visit Seven Small Arches andSeven Big Arches. Stay in Libo Sanli Hotel. 4* It is reputed as aworld natural Posted by jadeleo3 in 10 Days Guizhou Panoramic Landscape Tour | Sep 18, 2014
  • Reflections of ChinaI'll start by saying I make no apologies for the amount of photo's in this post. You'll understand shortly why I was a little snap happy over the past couple of weeks. Well it’s true that the early bird catches Posted by katiejason in Katie & Jason's Round the World Trip | Sep 18, 2014
  • Food Glorious Food We're two weeks into trip at this point and we've had a few friends ask us about the food in China since we arrived. ‘Lost in translation’ aside I haven't referenced it much. Where to start... I would love to Posted by mattld in An Irish (and Spanish!) Lad Abroad | Sep 17, 2014
  • Willkommen in China: Erste Station TsingtaoDie Reise mit dem Schiff verlief mit einigem Geschaukle, sodass wir trotz Zweierkajüte nach 16 Stunden ziemlich gerädert in China ankamen. Die Einreise verlief effizient und problemlos; der Beamte bei der Passkontrolle hatte sogar ein Lächeln übrig. Es ha Posted by birdfish in Let's Summer! | Sep 17, 2014
  • Hezuo1st August Hezuo The next day we took the bus to Hezuo and were dropped at the Milurepa Monastery, quite an impressive gilded Tibetan skyscraper fortress-temple, which allegedly has the unique quality to revere the lamas, punchens, and other venerable f Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 16, 2014
  • ChinaCindi, Dick New and I flew overnight from Abu Dhabi to Hong Kong and took one bus and one train to the border at Lo Wu. We were checked into the Best Western Felicity Hotel in Shenzen by midday. This Posted by Kashford in Wandering Around | Sep 15, 2014
  • Zigong8th-9th August The train took us from Chengdu to Yibin. Two girls wha had already spotted us on the platform, ended up (I suspect not by chance) sitting in front of us in the same compartment, although we had entered Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 15, 2014
  • Chengdu 6th to 8th August By bus we crossed some grand mountains and valleys, the touristy details of which nobody around could offer us. We passed through the town of Wenchuan which had suffered a lot from the earthquake a few Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 15, 2014
  • Shanghai[center][/center]We arrived into Shanghai late afternoon on Thursday 11th and checked into a really nice hostel called The Phoenix. The city is undergoing one of the fastest economic expansions in the world right now and it’s obvious as soon as Posted by mattld in An Irish (and Spanish!) Lad Abroad | Sep 15, 2014
  • travelling in china I am snair , a private English tour guide and translator in China. I'm a native of Xi'an ,shaanxi.When you visit xi’an ,.we can go to Big Wild Goose Pagoda.The Ancient City Wall .The Bell Tower.The Drum Tower.The Muslim Quarter.Huaqing Posted by DEMI ESCALA in travelling in china | Sep 15, 2014
  • and THE WINNER is...ALESSANDRA!!!!!! :) :) :) bravissimaaaa, finalmente hai indovinato!!!! si tratta di grilli. Il nostro misterioso venditore vende appunto grilli in piccole gabbiette :) Vi starete domandando il perche' di questo bizzarro articolo di vendita. Al Posted by Gamby in Travel Is My Nature | Sep 14, 2014
  • Songpan4th-6th August In most middle and long distance buses, a television hangs next to the driver for the passengers to watch some film. During this whole journey in China, it never worked out that I could hear and read the Chinese Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 14, 2014
  • Langmusi1st-4th Augsut Langmusi - Highlands We organized right on arrival our horse trek to start the next day, hoping for good weather, for good horses, for good company, for no accidents, etc. In the mean-time we shared our room with a very Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 14, 2014
  • ZoigeThe next morning we were ready in time though to catch the only bus in the day to take us to the town with the hospital for the injection. However at the busstop they told us the bus had already Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 14, 2014
  • Labrang Xiahe30th – 31st July It had rained and it was still drizzling when we arrived by bus. With our sandals in the slightly flooded streets we finally got to our hotel at the other end of this small town. Our Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 12, 2014
  • Binglingsi29-30 July After a bus ride tfrom Lanzhou train station to a bus stop too far due to the somanieth wrong information in tiringly hot and dusty Lanzhou, we were kindly guided back to the right bus stop in order to Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 12, 2014
  • Xi'anWe flew into Xi’an late Sunday evening, and any worries regarding domestic flights were unfounded. Everything ran smoothly. In comparison with the hundreds of Chinese travellers, we only saw two other Western tourists, but we’re getting used to that now. Posted by mattld in An Irish (and Spanish!) Lad Abroad | Sep 11, 2014
  • The Kindness of Strangers My decision to visit China last year was based on what I’d learnt in my A-Level Geography classes. I read a few textbooks and watched the odd BBC documentary and gained an impression of China that I imagine many have. Posted by emilyferris in In a hotel in Shanghai | Sep 11, 2014
  • RI-ECCOMIEccomi di nuovo in Cina e di nuovo qui. Allora?!?!?!?!?!? come state???? le vacanze???? Come molti di voi sanno le mie sono state LUNGHE e 'movimentate' (ovviamente!), ho percorso in lungo e in largo l'Italia e per fortuna sono riuscita a Posted by Gamby in Travel Is My Nature | Sep 10, 2014
  • On a Rocket Train through ChinaIt sounds a bit naff but one of my favourite things about China was the trains, at least as I experienced them. Not so much the stations. There were security checks on bags for every single train and underground station. Posted by grasshopper in Singapore to London Overland | Sep 9, 2014
  • Bear NecessitiesWe arrived at Xian train station to catch our overnight train to Chengdu, both a little nervous about who we would be sharing our cabin with overnight. [float=right][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/664247/China-Z-tr..r__234x240_.jpg thumb=http Posted by katiejason in Katie & Jason's Round the World Trip | Sep 8, 2014
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