Tag Archives: Beijing

Trans-Mongolian Railway, Pt. 1

The Trans-Mongolian Railway. An epic train journey.  Aside from my chosen route of cutting across Mongolia, this is essentially the more traditional Trans-Siberan train route connecting Europe with the far east. 6 days of total train travel to go the almost 8,000K from Beijing to Moscow. If a person really wanted to explore Europe and […]

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EATS! China

The only travel tip I’m going to share about China is to Eat. Eat everything. Go in with an open mind and explore.  You will discover flavors familiar and new.  Textures and uses for so many ingredients is beyond impressive.  The diversity of food and choices across the nation leaves a palate more than satisfied with variety […]

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A Tourist

Imagine this – You are a Chinese person traveling to Kansas City from Beijing to see the sites in beautiful Kansas City, Missouri.  All you know how to say is hello and thank you in English and you lack all ability to read English.   You do not have any friends in the city – […]

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China – Photo Essay

Some of my favorite shots from 3 weeks in China, which will not be featured in future posts. Covering Chengdu, Lijang, Tiger Leaping Gorge, Xi’an and Beijing.

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