A Guide To China Train Travel

When you are travelling in China sooner or later you will have to us trains and the Chinese trains are just so incredible you will love them. There is an extensive new network of high speed trains now – with a large range of amazing routes all over China – yes it’s the world’s largest country and to see it by train is a fantastic travel experience. Continue Reading;

Six Random Sunsets

I usually hate travel lists and particularly repetitive “top 6 things to do etc.” but everyone else writes about it so here’s my bit… As a random wanderer you simply have to love and embrace sunsets. That defining moment that ends your natural daylight part on any given day. As the sun disappears, you can take with it memories on how gracefully this hot sphere left your world. Where were you and what were you doing for sunset? These are 6 random sunsets – not necessarily the best just a list of unusual ones I came up with from my travels. Check it out: Continue Reading;

3 Rare Chinese World Heritage Sites

For this post we head to China- the world’s largest country and we’re talking World Heritage Sites! But not the obvious ones such as the Forbidden Palace and the Terracotta Warriors. Here we cover a few of the more unusual and rare Chinese World Heritage Sites, been to them all recently to get a good detailed look at the more “off the beaten track” parts of China! Continue Reading;

Teaching English In Hong Kong Guide

Mastering the English language is a huge priority to the people of Hong Kong. As the business world continues to progress, so does the need for international communication skills. To keep up with rapid progress Hong Kong stresses English education and learning for everyone from childhood on up. Continue Reading;

Avoid Shanghai and Beijing if you want to see the real China

So you want to see the real China then? Well read on for a bit of decent advice into how to properly dip your toes into the world’s largest country by population. One thing you need to know first is that visiting Shanghai and Beijing are not really visiting China. The reason is these places now have street signs in English, an influx of foreign workers and they are well connected with internet, telephone and all modern communications. To see the real China you need to avoid those two big cities and get out into the obscure countryside where China breathes the way it really lives. Continue Reading;