Hospitality, diverse landscape, food heaven, stunning ancient buildings – these are some of the things I fell in love with when visiting China for the first time.
Let me show you around Da Lang, Dongguan where I have been living (on and off) for nearly 2 years.
Although Dutch cuisine is delicious, I still miss certain dishes from China. Here is my list of top 10! such, Baozi, Jiaozi, Snake meat, Snails and the beer..
Shanghai is many things. It’s a model city for lightspeed growth and progress – it’s one of the most forward thinking cosmopolitans in the world. It’s a city rich with nostalgia with colonial days gone past. One day Shanghai itinerary with only $25 in your pocket.
The further west you travel in China the more ethnic minorities you’re bound to run into; people like the Hui, Uyghur, Kazakh, Mongol and Tajik among many others.
Today I’m saying goodbye to China… With tears in my eyes and smile upon my face I’m writing this goodbye letter to China…
Most of us are scared of the thought of getting hurt abroad, worse still being unable to move like we did before. Being disabled is by no mean fun, but there are some aspects of it that I loved – especially while traveling in China…
A photo gallery of Yangshuo River, one of China’s greatest areas of natural beauty with stunning karst mountain peaks along the banks of the Li River.
A very personal post on how I deal with stress and pressure on my travels, at work and in the world of blogging.
We are pleased and honored to announce that our first eBook titled “Add your brick to the Great Wall”, written together with an amazing travel blogger Sarah Bennett of The Further Adventures of Bennett, is now available in the Kindle Store.
My Halloween Experience in Dongguan, China.
Living in China and working as an English teacher, as us, might not only be a great cultural experience, unforgettable adventure and travel dreams come true, but also a great source of income.