Hello, happy to be here and welcome to China, a mystical but modern country.I believe China enjoys a high level of civilization and owns numerous places of interest.
Though i don't have enough travelling experience, I'd like to be shared with your tips on travelling, for i enjoy it tremendously.
Just like to be friends with you!
nice to hear from you. I am currently planning a big trip in a year or year and a half, starting in Zambia and then head into Asia.
I am currently trying to get as much information as possible together, especially off the beaten track.
Maybe you could give me some more information about China, anything at all would be great as I have no details sorted it out yet. I just have a rough idea which countries to visit, although this list will probably change. At the moment it looks like this:
Zambia, Tanzania, India, Nepal, Bhutan (depending on budget), China, Mongolia, Russia, Japan, maybe New Zealand - but there might be a detour down to Cambodia, as a friend recently got married down there and if he is still there I will go to visit him.
So if you have any info let me know. In return if you need any info on Europe - especially Ireland and Switzerland - or other countries (been to Nepal, Tobago, Venezuela, Zambia) let me know.
it's my honour to show you some info on china.well,china is a large country,so it may be impossible to travel around it in a certain time.you need to select some typical places to travel.Beijing is the captial and worthy to go and see,just for its history and its world-famous heritage like the forbidden city, the summer palace, the great wall...besides that, i recommend some ancient villages in Zhejiang province and Jiangsu province along the Yangtze river,which may give you a different impression on the journey.Shanghai may be famous of its mansions and modernization but it dosen't have much of its own feature,but i recommend Hangzhou,a city near Shanghai well-known for the Westlake,and it's really amazing in autumn.Sichuan province enjoys a high level of travelling resorts and is famous for its hot food full of peppers.you can't miss Tibet and Guilin, and it'll be a pity if you miss it.
well, i wanna say more about china and it's really amazing, and it depends on your budget and schedule.well, if you have some more questions about china,you can send e-mail to me and i'm pleased to share some of my humble opinions.
well, hope you can enjoy it!
Welcome to the website! I'm hoping to live in China for a few months next year so I hope to see you a lot on the website so I can "pick your brains" (ask you lots of info) about China. I've never been to that side of the world before (I'm from Ireland) and I'm very excited about what's waiting for me out there.
Looking forward to talking to you, and if you need any information about Ireland or Europe in general feel free to ask!
hello, glad to receive your greetings!
ok, welcome to China! the spring fetival will come soon,do you know?a very important festival in china.
i'd like to offer some info and i hope it will give you some help.
you can send e-mail to me. the address is " firstname.lastname@example.org".