Tag Archives: Tibet

Explore

UK based outdoor retailer Blacks is asking bloggers to submit photos of their ‘epic adventures’ for a chance to win £2000 of travel with Explore UK. The aim is to create a blog post showcasing photos of adventure in the great outdoors. Below … Continue reading

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The Morning Pilgrimage

*This post is a continuation of “Guys, I Just Really Want to go to the Yogurt Festival.”, where I talk about my trip through Qinghai, Tibet, Nepal, Hong Kong and Guangzhou this summer. The next morning we awoke to a … Continue reading

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“Guys, I Just Really Want to go to the Yogurt Festival.”

This post is a continuation of Black Market Train Tickets, where I chronicle my month-long trip through Qinghai, Tibet, Nepal, Hong Kong and Guangzhou! Back in Qinghai, Lumbum had emailed me telling us that we were visiting Lhasa during a special … Continue reading

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Black Market Train Tickets

This post is a continuation of A Chianese Engalish is a best Engalish, where I detail my month-long trip this summer to Qinghai, Tibet, Nepal, Hong Kong and Guangzhou. The next morning I woke up sunburnt and exhausted. My stomach … Continue reading

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A Chianese Engalish is a Best Engalish

Sorry for the small hiatus, I just spent the last week in Guilin and Yangshuo for the National Holiday, the Chinese equivalent of the Fourth of July.. but they get a whole week off. It was absolutely beautiful, and I … Continue reading

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Midnight Bus Rides and Hostage Suitcases

After a crazy day of shipping all of my things from Beijing to Shanghai and Ningbo (except for my Rick Steve’s travel backpack) Yoko and I were off to Xining, Qinghai! Qinghai is a large province north of Sichuan and … Continue reading

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Mooncakes Mooncakes and More Mooncakes

Happy Mid Autumn Festival Everyone! The full moon is high in the sky and I am surrounded by more mooncakes than anyone could ever eat. I just got back from a quick trip to Hong Kong to get my work … Continue reading

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T- 14 Days

With two weeks to go, I figured I’d fill you all in on my painstaking process of trying to prepare for a move to China. A few weeks ago in my post Graduation: Becoming a “Real Person”, I mentioned that … Continue reading

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