So you maybe you have heard about Jiuzhaigou or perhaps you haven't. I had never heard of it before I came to China. After having been asked 1000 times if I had been before by other Chinese, I threw in the towel; This magical.Read more
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Chengdu's Music SceneA local musician's head tweaks sideways giving a painful facial expression as he completes a solo riff on the guitar. A drummer bobs his head in rhythm as he lays down a poisonous beat intoxicating bystanders into a musical groove. Locals drinking tsingdao.
XianAfter spending two days in Xian, I have to say that I was not that impressed. The old city itself dosent really exist anymore. Anything built within the old city wall is now modern.
[caption id="attachment_267" align="alignnone" width="470" caption="Ancient City of Pingyao"][/caption] On Monday evening we departed Beijing via overnight train for Pingyao; the largest and best preserved old town in all of China. Pingyao is located in Shanxi province just.Read more
[caption id="attachment_250" align="alignnone" width="481" caption="Fly by Night Hostel - Dongcheng, Beijing"][/caption] I have been getting a lot of questions about how I often choose between hostels and I would like to make a post that covers two.Read more
[caption id="attachment_234" align="alignnone" width="481"] Me, Isaac，and Lacey eating ma la xiang guo[/caption] Beijing.....what a unique city. For better or worse, travelers agree you won't find another city in the world to compare. Summers are hot. Winters are.Read more