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  • Dag 34 - ShanghaiSå, nu har jag tillslut tagit mig hela vägen från Istanbul till Peking med hjälp av tåg och buss, sen flugit ner till Shanghai. På väg från Kazakhstan till Kina gjordes ett kortare stopp i en lite by som heter Posted by mattholm in Wanderlust King | Oct 2, 2014
  • A rainy BeijingFlights were ok, just sat and watched films and TV, was very happy to watch New Girl tho! Found myself being really jealous of the people who had the 3 seater windows seats to themselves tho as prob got 3 Posted by Ady88 in Ady's Adventure of Awesomeness | Oct 1, 2014
  • A chill wind at the Summer Palace, the Forbidding CityThe problem with having an inward facing room, is that you are not really sure what to expect when you go outside. Encouraged by yesterday's glorious weather and a two-day-old weather forecast, I went out to face the day Posted by mkali54 in Walls to Wall | Sep 30, 2014
  • China 2014Having settled ourselves into our VIP suites on Yangste Gold Boat No. 7, Dick, Cindi and I convene on our cabin balcony and open a bottle of wine to celebrate our good fortune. It had been a stressful check-in, and Posted by Kashford in Wandering Around | Sep 30, 2014
  • Hitting the WallAfter an early breakfast which included an eclectic mix of East and West,  we waited with the rest of our small tour group for our pickup.  There were two other couples from Australia,  one from Perth and one from Adelaide. Posted by mkali54 in Walls to Wall | Sep 29, 2014
  • China Escaping the typhoon we headed South on a bus to the most southerly point of China, this is Sanya on Hainan Island. We travelled down the East coast, the scenery getting more and more tropical the further south we went. Posted by Kashford in Wandering Around | Sep 29, 2014
  • OFFERTE SPECIALI!Anche qui, come in ogni parte del mondo ci sono le OFFERTE SPECIALI al supermercato :) io di solito sono abituata ad avere la casa invasa da pacchi di carta igienica ("serve sempre" dicono le zie!), rotoloni scottex ([i]si perchè Posted by Gamby in Travel Is My Nature | Sep 28, 2014
  • CHE "FANTASTICO" PORTACHIAVI!Oggi giro 'turistico' (si fa per dire) in sample room, tra tessuti, modellisti, sarti ecc. immancabile la ricerca di tessuti nella sterminata vastità del magazzino (scaffali stra bordanti e quintali di acari inclusi nel prezzo) alla ricerca dell'im Posted by Gamby in Travel Is My Nature | Sep 24, 2014
  • Beijing for Starters20th-22nd July Beijing Oppressingly hot My sandal breaks down on exiting the station at Dongzhi men. No sandals of my size were available in the nearby department stores, so I bought a one euro pair of plastic flip-flops. My heels exceeded the to Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Aug 26, 2014
  • Beijing for Dessert15th August We visited the Belgian Embassy (stayed at the gate, saluting Tintin) and the embassies area, after having recovered our bicycle at the office, having watched Mrs Wang and 5 other card players at 'shengji'in the office, and having Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 22, 2014
  • Chengde16th August Chengde Next early morning a driver from Changchun came to get us in Mr Sun’s car and drove us to Chengde. As he was using a GPS, I exhausted the driver by asking him every time I couldn’t exactly catch the Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 22, 2014
  • Peking, Teil 1Unser Aufenthalt in Peking erfolgte während zweimal drei Tagen. Ich fasse mich im Folgenden kurz und berücksichtige für einmal diejenigen Besucher unseres Blogs, die lieber Fotos anschauen als Texte lesen. Bei unserem ersten Aufenthalt haben wir vor allem Posted by birdfish in Let's Summer! | Sep 22, 2014
  • WuhanWe were not quite sure in what station exactly we were going to arrive, nor if that station would be conveniently located for the airport where our plane would leave next early morning, or close to the centre.. We finally Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 21, 2014
  • PURPLE MOUNTAINIeri mattina sveglia (non all'alba!), guardo dalla finestra e una cosa sorprendente mi colpisce: c'è il SOLE e il cielo è BLU!!!!! MERAVIGLIA!!!!!!!! Suona triste come cosa però purtroppo a Nanjing non capita così spesso di VEDERE IL Posted by Gamby in Travel Is My Nature | Sep 21, 2014
  • YangziKiang 11th-14th August Cruise on the Yangzi Kiang In spite of his shabbiness, our boat moved swiftly over the wide river. And quietly: no engin noise in our cabin. But the unpleasant surprise came from the evidence that there was no place on Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 21, 2014
  • China==China===Reunion===== As I start to write this story of our time in Zhanjiang we end this part of our trip marooned. The wind is whipping the windows and the rain smashes onto the street outside. With sandbags in place, the hotel Posted by Kashford in Wandering Around | Sep 20, 2014
  • Zigong8th-9th August The train took us from Chengdu to Zigong. Zigong boasts a few curiosities that attracted us: - the salt museum and the salt well, as well as its teahouses. It is also home to the best price-quality hotel Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 20, 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
  • Luobiao9th-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
  • 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 Milarepa Monastery, quite an impressive gilded Tibetan skyscraper fortress type of temple, which allegedly has the unique quality to revere the lamas, panchens, and other Posted by Pat2014 in Dad and Son in China | Sep 13, 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
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