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The picture is taken from the webpages of Vodkatrain who operate the tour     The Silk Road has its name from the trade of silk and other things between Asia and Europe, but the routes used were actually many. They all go through Central Asia, through changing landscape, countries and cultures. On my trip...
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When getting off the train in Urumqi (pronounced Uru-Muchi), the capital of the Xinjang province, we felt that we were no longer in China, but in one of the Central Asian countries. This was muslim China and food, people, buildings etc were much different to what we had seen in Beijing. When asking Chinese people...
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Only fog, rain and wind when we were at the Great Wall I had arrived with the night train from North Korea early in the morning and was looking forward to meeting my friend Robert who would join me on a month long trip along the Silk Road. I had already seen the most important...
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Beijing has proven to be a worthy finishing point for our 7000 kilometer long train ride, much so because it has been so different than any of the other stops along the way. The first thing we did when getting off was to go out and literally get a taste of what the city had...
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The Great Firewall of China is widely heard of, creating frustration among travelers who want to share their holiday memories or just get in touch with those back home. The pages and programs that are blocked include Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Gmail, Blogger and so on, and it is not only in China that these pages...
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Our fantastic group on the Vodkatrain tour Ruski Huski Getting up at 5 AM, just two hours after we came home from the clubs was tough. The minibus that was going to take us to the train station was waiting at the agreed time and the people already awake had to run around knocking on...
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The video of our first days of the year is finally up and might give you a little impression of how January is in Hong Kong. You can also read about the trip on this link.
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Hong Kong is the perfect city to break up long flights between continents, and it is well worth spending a few days while you are there. Hong Kong is a city where East meets West to create a lively cosmopolitan vibe, a city where sea and green mountains are surrounding tall skyscrapers and neon lights....
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