Monthly Archives: January 2014

3 Unusual Chinese Locations

China is such a large and diverse country. It is no surprise that many tourists often follow the same itinerary. I did the same on my trip to China. It was after returning home that I discovered many interesting and … Continue reading

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Thrills of glorious driftwood: Wild horses created from pieces of floating timber

Originally posted on Metro:
(Picture: Doran-Webb/BNPS) There may be only half a length in it but the horse in front is a dead cert to stay there in this beach gallop. The three noble steeds apparently thundering across the sand…

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Legal Hunting- a barbaric sport

Whilst reading the paper recently, I was disgusted to discover about animal hunting occurring in South Africa. Private preserves in SA claim to offer controlled animal hunting. The variety of animals on offer is staggering, from buffalos to the endangered … Continue reading

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Chengdu Research Base Of Giant Panda Breeding

When travelling round new and unfamiliar countries you want to make the most of your time. Whilst in China earlier this year, seeing everything I had hoped was not possible. I wanted to make sure that my experience was not … Continue reading

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48 Hours in Shanghi

The Chinese New Year is vastly approaching. In celebration for the upcoming year of the horse, I will be posting a number of Chinese themed posts. Shanghai a modern metropolis, with a bended traditional fusion bubbling under the surface. This … Continue reading

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