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starlagurl
post Aug 21 2008, 03:37 PM
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I took the liberty of tracking down some TP blogs from people at the Olympics, check them out.

Beijing - I have got tickets yeah baby!

Round the world traveler, Heinz82 stopped at the Olympics on his way through Asia. He was not impressed by boxing, but he immensely enjoyed handball and weightlifting.

Beijing 2008

TravelPod blogger N8downs leaves his hometown of Palo Alto and takes off for the Beijing Olympics. He watches a young child urinate on the subway and enjoys a few volleyball matches on the same day.

Orange Crush in China

One lucky TravelPodder gets to travel with the coach for the US men’s basketball team. Follow her as she hangs out with other friends of team members and cheers for the home team.

Rachel Blogs Beijing

Rachael aka RachaelB is currently traveling with her boyfriend across Asia. She’s teaching English while simultaneously exploring the continent. They stop for a while at the Olympics to watch women’s softball and boxing.

China 2008 - Adventures in the land of 2008 Olympics

Blogger pdjw does a big tour around China, visits her family in Beijing and takes in a baseball game and track and field competitions.

From Brooklyn to Beijing

View China through cameraman Lsrieck’s lens as he takes you with him to the Olympic Games on his all-access media pass.

Half a World Away - China 2008

Director of the television coverage of the sailing competitions in Qingdao, Cblinc writes about the trials and tribulations of typhoons, feeling like a rockstar at Starbucks and the excitement of directing live television.


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post Oct 31 2008, 04:23 AM
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