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Archive for the month “June, 2012”

A Rainy Day in Shanghai

I’m sure this has happened to everyone at one time or another.  You are visiting a city for only a few days and dear Mother Nature refuses to cooperate.  The skies open up and down comes the rain.  This is what happened during my time in Shanghai.  After my Yuyuan Garden visit was literally a wash out (no pun intended), I referred to my trusty guide-book for some indoor activities. Read more…

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Busan, South Korea’s Flavorful City

Busan is South Korea’s second-largest city after Seoul, and probably it’s largest seaport.  During my visit to Busan, what impressed me most was the cosmopolitan nature of the city; adding a nice mix of scenic coastal areas, green mountainous regions and beautiful beaches.  Located on the southeast tip of the Korean Peninsula, Busan is famous for it’s seafood markets, which I suppose is expected from a city that thrives on the sea but was a fact that piqued my interest. Read more…

Haedong Yonggung Temple

This being my first trip to Asia and South Korea being one of the first places visited during this trip, I couldn’t wait to visit the Haedong Yonggung Temple. Read more…

The Great Wall of China

Various lists depicting the wonders of the world have been created throughout the ages, dating back from ancient times until today.  The one thing they all have in common is that they list both natural and man-made wonders.  I know that somewhere, on one of those lists, is the Great Wall of China. Read more…

I’m Back!

Here is a sample of the amazing places I visited during this trip…Petra, in Jordan.

Hi Everyone! It certainly has been a long time since I submitted a post on my blog.  Well, truth be told, I have been doing what I love…traveling.  Since my last post, I have been to South America and most recently on another trip of a lifetime.  My sixty-four day jaunt started during March in Beijing, China.  During the past couple of months, I traveled through Southeast Asia, then moved on to visit Oman and Jordan before visiting Egypt and Israel.  I spent the last days of my trip in Greece, Albania and Croatia, visiting ancient ruins and soaking up some history.  I wrapped up my trip in Venice with a private tour of St. Mark’s Basilica.  WOW! What an experience!  I kept a log of each adventure and have many photos to share with you.  It has been an amazing ride and I am looking forward to taking you step by step through my travels.

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