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... sharing our adventure.
Next up: in August, we’re heading off on another cruise, this time to the Baltic with friends from Essex we met on a previous cruise. Afterwards we’ll be staying with them, and they’ve promised to drive us around England for a tour of their favorite spots.
I may be doing another journal. If you’re interested in hearing more of our adventures, feel free to email me at: ...
... head South in order to make the most of my China visa (I could potentially stay until 17th January). Then I may carry on into Lao, Thailand and Myanmar's land boarder, that was only opened for unlimited land travel in September 2013. I've been told by more than one person that now is the time to visit Myanmar, as it's still unspoilt by the backpacker trail, as it's just opening up. I guess it will be people like me that will westernise it. Alternatively, I could ...
On the last day of this Beijing residency we visited the Olympic park. Not so much for the sight but for the Olympic pool. I'm guessing not many tourists head to the Olympic park for a swim but as a Brit it's not often one can use an Olympic size pool let alone an actual Olympic pool. The aquatics centre, commonly known as the water cube, costs 50 yuan for a swim ticket or 30 yuan for a non-swim entry ticket. There is also ...
... the "night market" and contains a snack street. The night market sells lots of touristy souvenirs. The snack street has lots of wild foods to try like scorpion, centipede, sea horse, and starfish on a stick. I am going to try some tomorrow. Tonight, we ate some dessert which were small steamed buns with some banana filling in them.
And now I am tired. Hope you enjoy the pictures! I will post more tomorrow of the Great Wall and the Ming tombs. Hope all is well in the US!
... were up super-early, packed our bags (we were checking out of our hostel today), and headed out at about 7am for the Forbidden City (hereafter referred to as the FC). This is another tourist site well worth rising early for! We were out the door, and in search of local street breakfast. After some wandering, we found a street near the FC that was loaded with small booths selling delicious-smelling things. We loaded up on some soy-sauce-boiled eggs, a crispy ...
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