Money can be a taboo topic, especially when with friends or family. In China, however, it is not taboo to
Happy singles day! Although I am not currently single, I can’t promise you that my husband won’t file for divorce
It was three years ago that we went camping on the Great Wall of China. It is an experience that
I went to Tibet two years ago back when I lived in Shanghai, China. Recently it has been coming up
The highlight of the day for me was two dogs, a husky and a golden retriever dressed in traditional golden Chinese lion uniforms. Just like the ones that are worn for the lion dance!
You can see all of this in one day in Shanghai. Did you know that the financial center has some of the tallest buildings in the world?
A day full of splashes and driving on a scenic route! The beach was at Xiangshan, Ningbo and the Tubing/Drifting was at Danshanchishui Yuyao, Beixi Stream. Taken with my GoPro Hero+! Trips like these are some of the few things I miss about living in China.
During our week in Tibet we spent over 46 hours on a bus. The long best rides were from Lhasa to Shigatse (12 hours), Shigatse to Everest (12 hours), Everest to Shigatse (12 hours) and a highway from Shigatse to Lhasa (6 hours). Four days in a row on a bus isn’t ideal, but Tibet Vista managed to make it bearable!
In China, most consumer items are cheaper than almost anywhere else in the world. As we have posted before, Taobao is usually our go-to place for cheap goods, especially clothes. However, this particular item I wanted to buy in person. In person, you can get accurate measurements, try on the suit when it’s finished, and of course, in China you can take part in a coveted sport of sorts: haggling!
When I’m not traveling, crafting or telling other people to eat insects even though I don’t anymore, I’m trying not