Naar Baotou

Maandag 25 september: naar Baotou Om 10 voor 7 stonden we gepakt en gezakt bij de receptie van het hotel om uit te checken. Onze goede taxi chauffeur van zaterdag

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Baotou – Praktische Info

We reisden per dagtrein van Yinchuan naar Baotou, onze hardseat kostte 36Y, voor dat geld zaten we 8 uur in de trein! Taxi’s hebben een instapprijs van 6Y. De luchthaven

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The Trans-Mongolian Express

More Apologies Mongolian internet cafes are similar in nature to Sloths: they are awfully slow but do eventually get the job done, however, they are most likely eaten or stuffed

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Bai Ta and Baita.

Sharing the same name, one ancient and one brandnew, I decided to visit both locations in one day with a friend. One’s a 7-storey octagonal tower, built in the Liao

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Xiangshawan; Could I have a slice of Sahara, please?

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Sore bum

Okay what better to do after getting BBQed then go to the dessert, right. Or maybe the desert… Well we have seen a lot on our trip but we haven’t

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Inner Mongolia continued…

I’m now on the train heading back to Beijing from Hohhot. We’re taking a hard sleeper car, which means that there is a whole car full of bunk beds. There

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Huhehaote torch relay

On the 8th of July it was Hohhot’s turn to welcome the torch. We went to the central square pretty early in the morning, and twice it seemed the parade

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Horsing around in Inner Mongolia

Many people don’t realize that there are two Mongolias. Good old standard Mongolia is a standalone country north of China, and is best known for its famous conqueror, Genghis. Then

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Yeahhhssssss!

Hello! I am christening this blog with some photos of the mass chaos that was this weekend.

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