- Guilin: The Spectacle!I apologize for not being able to upload more photos from my trip. For some reason the java plugin on my web browser have not been working, but I will get these pictures out as soon as possible.
By December 7, Posted by ZhuLiangYingbo in ”北京欢迎你!“ -Jackie Chan | Dec 18, 2013
- Yangtze CruisingSo, Wonder Wang came through, with no thanks at all to Paypal. In their wisdom, they decided my payment was suspicious and reversed it, meaning I had to pay cash into an account at the Bank of China (where I Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Dec 18, 2013
- Dali/Kunming: Bus Rides, Boat Rides, & Tackling SicknessDali was the next leg of our journey. The trip from Lijiang to this famous city was full of construction along the roads. One thing that scared my classmates was we saw an overturned bus (similar to the one we Posted by ZhuLiangYingbo in ”北京欢迎你!“ -Jackie Chan | Dec 17, 2013
- ShanghaiShanghai was final stop in China and also on my world trip,
We stayed near the Bund which is the historic riverside from the days of British occupation that is home to many of the banking offices.
Two of dad's Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Dec 17, 2013
- Shaxi in Winter[img=http://photos.travellerspoin Posted by mcsaligmans in The McSaligman Adventures | Dec 16, 2013
- Lijiang: Rooftops and MountainsFollowing on our trip to Xian, we took an evening flight to Lijiang (Yunnan Province). This area is famous for its mountainous areas, its curved/shingle rooftop architecture, and its unique culture. This area is home to the Naxi people, who Posted by ZhuLiangYingbo in ”北京欢迎你!“ -Jackie Chan | Dec 16, 2013
- les Mystères de Shanghai / Mysterious ShanghaiEt nous voilà à Shanghai!
Après avoir mangé notre repas sur un tabouret en plastique dans la rue, on a trouvé un bar de blues & jazz ou on a retrouvé la réincarnation de James Brown. Superbe journée malgres les Posted by Dukeandcaz in The adventures of Duke & Caz in America | Dec 15, 2013
- Going to XianI must apologize for not posting in the last two weeks. Internet was hard to come by in the hotels I stayed in and I was always on the move from Xian to Lijiang to Dali to Kunming to Guilin Posted by ZhuLiangYingbo in ”北京欢迎你!“ -Jackie Chan | Dec 14, 2013
- From Macau to Hong Kong onwards to Shenzhen, China
A bird's eye view of the Hong Kong Metropolitan city from Victoria Peak
The St Paul's ruins in Posted by kidd27 in 3 Countries Within East Asia | Dec 14, 2013
- Jingzhou: Side Trip to see an Old BlokeIt is only about 100 km from Yichang to Jingzhou, a city which has been occupied for around 6,000 years. It is on the Yangzte, so has long had both logistical and military importance. A bit over 2,000 years ago Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Dec 13, 2013
- Hangzhou and HuangshanThe original plan was to fly to Beijing and travel down to Shanghai, but early on we realized we would quickly run out of time, so we changed things.
We flew from Chengdu to Hangzhou, a lake side city near Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Dec 12, 2013
- JiuzhaigouTo get away from the cities and to see some more of China we booked on a tour north of Chengdu, through Schwann and onto the Tibetan plateau.
Although still part of China, the people living here are of Tibetan Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Dec 12, 2013
- Mosu TerritoryThe Mosu minority live in the valleys surrounding Lugu lake on the Yunnan - Szechuan Border..These devout Tibetan Buddhists are famous for being one of the few matriarchal societies on earth. The mother is the head of household, and the Posted by mcsaligmans in The McSaligman Adventures | Dec 12, 2013
- Mosu Land [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/642578/9 Posted by mcsaligmans in The McSaligman Adventures | Dec 11, 2013
- Yichang: Accidentally Fabulous DayYichang is a river city, the river in question being the Yangtze, the largest river in Asia. It is west and down-river of the Three Gorges Dam project, so the river flows through at something like its pre-dam depth - Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Dec 10, 2013
- Canton TowerHei igjen!
Tro det eller ei, jeg har faktisk forsøkt å blogge flere ganger siden sist, men java har gjort sånn at jeg ikke har fått lastet opp bilder. Løste det nå ved å laste ned ny nettleser. Skal ikke være Posted by martinemaui in Maui's China Adventure | Dec 10, 2013
- On My Way Again: Chengdu to YichangIn the evening the day before leaving Chengdu, I had a rather strange experience: if I had been in any other country in the world, when I walked into [[http://www.tour-beijing.com/blog/sichuan-travel/chengdu-travel/how-to-visit-qintai-road-qintai-street-c Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Dec 9, 2013
- ChengduOur next destination was Chengdu, the largest city in the Schichwan and the start of our tour to the north.
We flew the 3 hours from Guangzhou on China Southern airlines, accompanied by The Lord of the Rings soundtrack.
After the Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Dec 8, 2013
- Reflections on my first 10 days in ChinaGrowing up in rural New Zealand, I had very little notion of China, except that things “made in China” were "not very good". The only access to real live Chinese people was the greengrocer in Dargaville, where we would go Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Dec 8, 2013
- China part 2And the Chinese saga continue.
So picking it back up where we left off, Wednesday 20th / Thursday 21st November and the night train to Shanghai... Well all I can say is it was an experience! Try to picture a train Posted by HelenHeneghan in Helen goes round the world! | Dec 8, 2013
- The most overdue blog entry in the history of blog entriesHello from China! Well almost. Im at the airport waiting to go to Melbourne and thought I should update you all on the last 3 weeks. Apologies for not posting at all during my trip to China. Internet was never Posted by HelenHeneghan in Helen goes round the world! | Dec 8, 2013
- Is that you Jesus?Lucky for me, I celebrate Christmas with family, food and wine. Church, the blood of Christ or nativity scenes rarely make or break my holiday season. Why does this make me lucky you might ask? In China, where communism rules Posted by MissMaggieMae in Wonderlust | Dec 7, 2013
- Míngzì (Names)I have been teaching English in China for a year now, and during that time, I have come to see how names work differently in different cultures.
As it is generally accepted that foreign teachers are incapable of saying Chinese Posted by Melimei in Do what you love | Dec 6, 2013
- Yuhu Village [img=h Posted by mcsaligmans in The McSaligman Adventures | Dec 5, 2013
- GuangzhouDad's "home" city was a 25 min train ride (Traveling at speeds up to 290km/hr.) from Shenzhen.
We arrived in the suburb Dad lives, a tree lined street without much traffic, but plenty of interesting sights and interesting food to Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Dec 5, 2013