Jinghua International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Yingkou
... China Craton with the Siberian Craton.
This marked the final stage of the formation of the supercontinent Pangaea.
In the summer, when the land heats up faster than the ocean, low pressure forms over Asia and warm, moist south to southeasterly winds bring heavy, thundery rain, yielding annual rainfall ranging from 400 mm, or less in the west, to over 1150 mm in the Changbai Mountains. Temperatures in the summer are very warm to hot, with ...
Just a quick one to say I have updated a back-entry: Zhangjiajie. Given the snow pictures you've just seen, this should provide a pretty awesome contrast. Looking at those two entries back-to-back really highlights how many seasons I've covered via distance, rather than time.
Also, there are totally monkeys in that photo ...
... why am I milking this I've already told most of you. Dalian > Manila, The Philippines, $AUS300. I haven't worked out exactly how long I'll be hanging there, but in the end I'll actually be very unlucky if getting all the way back home this way costs me more in total than Regina's ticket straight back to Melbourne. (She has to go straight back because she's in the middle of her Permanent Residency stuff, and can't be out of the country for quite as long as all this.) ...
... well you can stop talking forever, but you can't come here for special holidays and things when Regina's here too."
"Cool. Sounds like a plan!"
Five minutes later, I'm at the computer and I hear from the kitchen - "Oh! He was just kidding! Hahaha! That Michael is quite humourous!!!"
In short, if I want to be sarcastic or wander from the tracks at any point, I need to finish each paragraph with "just kidding", which is literally ...
... in the ****, that flowers and green and being able to see anything except white is infinitely more beautiful than this, I'm quite enjoying the scenery. Seems like a case of the grass is always greener, really - but I do have to admit that anything below -8 is pretty unbearable, especially when it's windy. Mr X takes every chance he gets to point out that Harbin (famous for the ice sculptures, etc) is an awful, awful place, that gets to -30 on some ...
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