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  • Quelques photos du camp d`été[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/725458/large_IMG_7089 Posted by elodieadie in la petite trotte d'Elodie-la-bougeotte | Nov 9, 2015
  • Zhangjiajie and Mount Tianman, ChinaWe moved from the town of Wulingyuan to the city of Zhangiajie on 28 September. We took the little bus from the clock tower, cost is ten yuan and the distance is about 35 km. The driver Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Oct 30, 2015
  • Peking BelliesAccording to aussieeggs.com, male chicks are often suffocated or ground up because roosters aren't as tasty as hens. Their shredded remains may even be fed to their siblings in pellet form. What's more disturbing? The 'Exposed Bellies of China'... Posted by 2 Idiots Abroad in 2 Idiots Abroad | Nov 7, 2015
  • Guangzhou Day 7Thursday is our last full day in China. Our excitement has waned and our frenetic activity has receded to just going slowly and making the most of what time we have left. Tomorrow is our last day and Posted by Jill Forster in China 2015 | Nov 5, 2015
  • Guangzhou Day 6Today was a restoration rather than a recreation day. We had no commitments to fulfill and we had the day to ourselves. The blog will be short to give the bloggers a break. It was also Stewart and Maree's last Posted by Jill Forster in China 2015 | Nov 3, 2015
  • Guangzhou Day 5The day started off as we expected it would from yesterday. Mr Tun arrived at 9 am, we met him at 9.15 am and Helen arrived at 10 am. While we were waiting Mr Tun explained Posted by Jill Forster in China 2015 | Nov 3, 2015
  • Guangzhou Day 4Guangzhou Day Four We were up in time to get to the breakfast spot at 7.15 am to be ready to be picked up to go to the Sun Yat Sen Hospital to meet with their dignitaries. I would like Posted by Jill Forster in China 2015 | Nov 2, 2015
  • Guangzhou Day 3We were up early as we were meeting Bess at 8am. So down to breakfast at 7am. Thankfully our body clocks were still set on Adelaide so getting there early was easy. We met Bess as scheduled and were Posted by Jill Forster in China 2015 | Nov 1, 2015
  • Guanzghou Day 2 Our bedroom was cool and comfortable. It is indeed a five star hotel. We stumbled off to breakfast and to our surprise there was plenty for us to eat. We used to struggle at some Chinese Posted by Jill Forster in China 2015 | Nov 1, 2015
  • Guangzhou Day1Yesterday was a long day of travelling. First a two hour flight from Adelaide to Sydney then a 9 hour flight to Guangzhou airport and then an hour's drive from the airport to our hotel. But all went well, Posted by Jill Forster in China 2015 | Oct 30, 2015
  • Week 15: China: Huangzau/Xi'an/BeijingWeek 15: China: Huangzau/Xi'an/Beijing October Friday 23rd - Thursday 29th Friday 23rd Remembered that my Aunty Bee loved China. She visited several times, including the Teracotta Warriors, and she was a member of the Nelson China Soc. I woke ea Posted by Jaammpacked in Jaampacked intrepid journey | Oct 29, 2015
  • ASSONANZE Lo so, lo so è un casino di tempo che non scrivo e non è perché manca il materiale (anzi!) quello che manca è il tempo.... Vabbè direi che potrei scrivere delle 'pillole' di tanto in tanto così almeno voi avete Posted by Gamby in Travel Is My Nature | Oct 29, 2015
  • Le deuxieme camp - A Shangrila===Voici quelques photos en vrac du deuxieme camp d'été, à Shangrila, dans le sud de la Chine, près du Tibet. C'était très différent du premier camp car les élèves étaient plus agés et rentraient chez eux le soir. On Posted by elodieadie in la petite trotte d'Elodie-la-bougeotte | Oct 27, 2015
  • A Journey back to ChinaThe reason for this journey back to China emanated from Jill's grandfather, Andrew Gordon Wilson, who spent many years in China as part of a missionary near Guangzhou in the early part of the 20th century. A lot Posted by Jill Forster in China 2015 | Oct 27, 2015
  • Week 14: China: Shanghai/Hangzhou/HuangshanWeek 14: China: Shanghai/Hangzhou/Huangshan 16th -22th October Friday 16th oct Near Narita, Japan: Breakfast and take photos, so hospitable. Have worked out that in Japan all the dishes are in the centre of the table and you take small amounts and Posted by Jaammpacked in Jaampacked intrepid journey | Oct 27, 2015
  • Arse Cream, Lube and StravaCycling, like all sports, has its own terminology which to the uninitiated can at best sound unusual and, at worse, lead to raised eyebrows. As we enjoyed a day off the bike in NanNing, a small city in Southern China of Posted by Stephenhanlon in Tour d'Afrique - Bamboo Road | Oct 19, 2015
  • WWII hits China - UpdateWe all bring our cultural heritage to which ever part of the world we travel. We are as often defined by where we come from, in the eyes of others well before they even get a chance to know and Posted by Stephenhanlon in Tour d'Afrique - Bamboo Road | Oct 16, 2015
  • The Discovery of a New SpeciesImagine that moment when it suddenly dawns on you. You may be the very first person to have made this discovery. This plant or animal which you have been intently studying, watching for any particular points of similarity and difference between Posted by Stephenhanlon in Tour d'Afrique - Bamboo Road | Oct 14, 2015
  • A Pikachu in Hiroshima 2015We're back from our trip to Hiroshima, which means only one thing... A new Around The World With Pikachu video! You can view on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXrrRaP0fMs We had an amazing time in Hiroshima and have plenty to write about Posted by Gavin_w207 in Whatever Happened to Kathy and Gavin? | Oct 11, 2015
  • Shanghai: A City of Chaos and Contrasts The rain was monsoonal. It was as if the heavy steel grey clouds were water balloons and incisions had been made allowing the rain to thunder down to the cluttered earth. It’s a challenge navigating the hustle and Posted by IvaS in Shanghai | Oct 10, 2015
  • 13. Serious security threat Two flights, ten trains, and three boarder crossings thus far...we walked through metal detectors, were frisked, and passed our bags through the x-ray machines…not a problem! Today was different. On the train ride to the Beijing airport, the x-ray t Posted by mm_lukes in and so the adventure begins ... | Sep 29, 2015
  • What not to wear? Packing Tips for frugal TravelersPreparing is arduous. I am using the same frameless backpack I took on my 89 day journey in 2012. It qualifies as carry on and expands a bit if I check it coming home. In addition I have now Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Sep 26, 2015
  • Kashgar -> TashkorganPlus de 300km de vélo au milieu de paysages magnifiques. Départ de Kashgar (1400m), passage d'un col à 4000m, en s'arrêtant au lac Karakul (3200m), ainsi qu'une excursion à un glacier à 4600m. Depuis Tashkorgan, nous avons du prendre un bus Posted by gr3g77 in UN PTIT TOUR (juil. 2015 - janv. 2016) | Sep 19, 2015
  • KashgarNous voici au croisement des fameuses routes de la soie! Les chinois ici sont à majorité musulmans, je ne pensais pas voir des rues avec des bâtiments de ce style en Chine! Nous re Posted by gr3g77 in UN PTIT TOUR (juil. 2015 - janv. 2016) | Sep 19, 2015
  • Irkeshtam -> KashgarAprès un voyage aller-retour, 4 jours d'attente à Osh, et 3h d'attente côté chinois on ne sait pas trop pourquoi car il n'y avait pas grand monde, nous avons enfin passé cette frontière. Merci aux Australiens et à l'Irlandais de nous Posted by gr3g77 in UN PTIT TOUR (juil. 2015 - janv. 2016) | Sep 19, 2015
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