Travelling in China can be really nice and at the same time quite annoying. China is a lot more developed than South East Asia, and there is normally no need to take endless bus rides through windy mountain roads with vomitting asian co-travellers (as in Laos for instance) cause much of China is connected by … Continue reading Travelling in China
I spent the first two weeks in China in Yunnan, a province in the extreme southeast of China, close to Tibet. Yunnan is kind of a link between China and South East Asia – the landscape is very similar to Laos, and there are a lot of ethnic minorities living in villages that look like … Continue reading Yunnan
I still can’t really believe it, but I actually made it into China. During the 5 months i have been travelling, I met a lot of people who had been in China and told me a lot about it. Some loved it, some hated it, but really everyone told me that it is totally different … Continue reading China!
In fact, China doesn’t want anyone right now. At least not travellers that are in Mongolia and try to get into China from there. It had never been a problem to organize a Chinese visa in Mongolia, but apparently now it is, and that is the reason why my great overland-to-bangkok project has failed and … Continue reading China doesn’t want me