Here are 18 of the world’s fastest, highest, longest, deepest, happiest, smelliest, most dangerous – and more – things I’ve done:
I first visited China long before travel blogs existed, in 1993, when I toured with a ballet, believe it or not!
Then, I swung through again as part of the Ultimate Train Challenge, arriving to Beijing on the Trans-Siberian from Moscow, then taking the world's fastest train to Beijing, then a whole series of (much slower) trains through China and eventually on to Vietnam.
Living in rural China has it’s perks and challenges. Here’s a week-in-the-life of Dan and Jess, living and Teaching English in rural China.
With some of the most dramatic and beautiful footage yet, please enjoy Part 3 of the Ultimate Train Challenge video trilogy.
Imagine a week solid on a train from Moscow to Beijing, in small quarters with no showers and two people you’ve just met. Welcome to the Trans-Manchurian train!
3 of our 6 nights from Beijing to Saigon are on trains, so I have time to see Asian travel culture, make friends, and bide time. Here are some random experiences.
Guilin is a beautiful city with a thriving river culture, from morning meditations to touristy Li River cruises. Oh yeah – and rice noodles. Yum!