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Life in the fast lane

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
Augustine of Hippo

So as the weeks continue I have been busy with teaching.

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Datong - Part one

There was so much to see and do here that I have split this into two posts as the photos and blurb was just too much for a single post. 1,157 more words


30,000 Steps in Xi'an

“A day and a half is plenty.”

“There’s not much more than the terracotta warriors.”

“We got bored on our second day.”

Seriously, when am I going to stop listening to travel reviews from other people?  784 more words


Xi'an - The City Wall

In the middle of Xi’an is a complete rectangular wall. It took four years to build, it stands 12 metres tall, 15 metres wide and it’s circumference is just under 14 kilometres. 254 more words


China: Xian

The ancient city of Xi’an, famous for its massive city walls and home of the Terracotta Warriors…

This is the top of the absolutely massive wall that remains intact, but is no longer required to thwart invaders… 218 more words


Dubrovnik, Croatia

I flew Norwegian Air up to Dubrovnik and they had free wifi on their plane so it was rather cool to be on the internet while in the clouds! 115 more words