Beijing is a cosmopolitan city with a forest of high rise sky-scrapers and residential apartment blocks tickling the thick fog of dirty air that assures a steady stream of cloudy … Continue reading
Posts Tagged "china"
The Bund is an incredible sight during the day, but at night, for a few hours when all the lights are turned on (from about 7pm til 10pm) it is … Continue reading
The feeling is almost surreal, I wake up knowing that today we are off to see the Great Wall. I have very little knowledge of the place and the same … Continue reading
The Great Wall is most definitely one of our top favorite attractions we have visited on this trip. Even snuggled in deep fog/smog/pollution, it managed to win us over. The … Continue reading
I have hundreds of shots I want to share, but not much time to write extensively, so welcome to my new series: Snippets aka snaps without blabs.
I took this picture … Continue reading
It will be fair to say, that after our last China train experience, we are a bit apprehensive about our second attempt. It took us a whole day of running … Continue reading
It is virtually impossible to get a train ticket in July out of Guilin. We tried our luck in Yangshuo, unsuccessfully, after which we came back to the city to … Continue reading
A little game of imagination.
You are carrying your heavy backpacks through the crowds, the heat of the day is squeezing the last juices out of your body and you finally … Continue reading
To say it has been hard would be an understatement. After 5 months traveling on land through SE Asia, without luxuries and on a tight budget, we thought we are … Continue reading
Our first official stop in China – Guilin and Yangshuo – had been decided both because of the beautiful scenery that one can find there and for its close proximity … Continue reading