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For as long as I can remember dreaming about travelling, I've dreamed about travelling India. Colourful, cultural and culinary; the spirituality of thousands of years, and the smells of countless spices; the mountains of the Himalayas, the palm-lined beaches of Goa, timeless desert fortresses and tiger-infested jungles: is there anything that India does not possess to whet the wanderer’s appetite? It is time to answer that question for ourselves, as Kerri and I spend ...
... it's weird not having a 'base' anymore - when I've travelled so far in China, it's felt so good coming back to my familiar apartment, seeing my friends, catching up. It's nice knowing somewhere so well - having our favourite snack places, lunch places, bars and coffee shops. Knowing the three shops in Liaoxia that sell Coke Zero, and which BBQ stall is the best at the food market. Waving at RD lady on our way back from Tesco. Eating bread from ...
Down to less than three weeks before returning home, things for me are getting sentimental. I've been making an effort to go out more and do what things I can, all in attempts to grasp what few days I have left. This latest blog highlights a few early good byes, some good Chinese BBQ, and my hand at fishing.
This past week I had what was my last class lessons with my kids. Granted, I will see them again, but these were some of the final opportunities to ...
... down the Colorado River and I so enjoyed getting soaked! It was 40 degrees with the humidity and the sun beat down on us the whole time.
Last week was like an eating frenzy in my class. One of my students is moving back to Korea so his mom brought in lunch for all of us – Korean sushi, pizza, spaghetti, chicken nuggets and desert and drinks! Then 2 of the girls have summer birthdays so the moms wanted to ...
... travel across to Sichuan to see some national parks and climb some mountains (and see the pandas OFC), before making my way into Yunnan via the Sichuan-Tibetan Highway. I'll be spending a lot of time at altitude which isn't my favourite, but the scenery will be rewarding. In Yunnan I'll be spending time in some ethnic minority villages and seeing some more beautiful scenery, hopefully the rice terraces, Lugu Lake and Tiger Leaping Gorge. But let's see what I can fit in!