Varanasi – Along the Ganges River

April 18, 2012
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Varanasi was the first city we visited in India. It was my first time in India, and although Sejin had been to India a few times before, it was her first time in Varanasi. It’s hard to describe in words what the experience is like, but hopefully the pictures will help. Please click through to […]

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Lhasa, Tibet – Highest Capital in the World

December 28, 2010
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There were only a few cities in our list of ‘have-to-see’ places, and Lhasa was one of them. What a culture-rich city. The Chinese presence there can be a little disheartening but with it brings a lot of modern blessings like well kept roads and such. Hit the jump for some pictures.

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Xi’an, China – Terracotta Army

December 25, 2010
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Our second stop was originally supposed to be Lhasa, but there were no direct flights to there from Shanghai so we had to stop somewhere in between. Seeing the list of possibilities, we decided that Xi’an was a good way to accomplish that. Though we only stayed overnight, this city had no troubles making a […]

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Shanghai – a bit of chaos…

December 19, 2010
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Being the most populated city in the most populated country on earth, Shanghai can be a little crazy at times… That was the attraction for me, to witness a bit of chaos and to have a chance to document it. Preface: Shanghai was the first city we visited on our 35-day trip through Asia and […]

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Lock, Stock and Two Packed Bags

January 30, 2009

Well, less than 24 hours from now I’ll be leaving Saint John, NB, with a final destination of Ulsan, South Korea. Leading up to now it was still kind of surreal, and it never really sunk in, but with everything packed and people waiting for me over there it’s starting to hit me pretty hard […]

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