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Day 17: Intrepid New Yorker

CHINA | Thu, 23 Apr 2015 | By chinaho | Views [356]

We finally gained access to the Bauhaus Collection here on campus. It took a couple inquiries to find out when, if ever, the place actually opened to the public and if there was anything in it beyond time lines and photographs. Turns out that a small ... Read more >

Tags: basketball, bauhaus at caa, being other, crowds, downtown hangzhou, traveling solo, west lake

3 Busy Days, 12-15, Downtown Hangzhou

CHINA | Sun, 19 Apr 2015 | By chinaho | Views [398]

The public lecture on American Sculpture was well attended. From the number of cell phones out taking pictures of the images, it seemed there was real interest or at least curiosity about some of the art. The relaxed atmosphere at dinner afterwards was ... Read more >

Tags: apple, crowds, cultural patterns, hangzhou, social life, targa nuts, west lake, wu hill, wushan square

Putin and the peen

SERBIA | Sat, 1 Nov 2014 | By thelonelyserb | Views [256]

Today, I went to Belgrade’s military parade which was accompanied with the appearance of the all-mighty Vladimir Putin. Naturally, I felt the need to see this parade, because, well, do I need a reason? I wanted to see Putin in the flesh. There ... Read more >

Tags: belgrade, crowds, events, family, men, military, parents, politics, putin, travel


SPAIN | Sun, 20 Oct 2013 | By elcastleberry | Views [563]

On Saturday, I completed my inaugural pilgrimage to Barcelona as a full-fledged tourist. I spent too much money on a bus tour of the city with <a href="http://www.barcelonabusturistic.cat/ca/home">Barcelona Bus Turístic</a>. A breezy, ... Read more >

Tags: barcelona, bus tours, crowds, gaudi, groups, people, throngs, tour, tourism, travel

Do's and Dont's in India

INDIA | Sat, 13 Aug 2011 | By sparklenshines | Views [5124] | Comments [1] | Video

Everytime my friend from Germany gets an invitation from me to visit India, she freaks out. In spite of all the news of rock/ pop stars going for India-themed weddings and getting themselves inked in Sanskrit quotes, I think the general traveler is pretty ... Read more >

Tags: #blogyourbackyard, crowds, festivals, home, india, mumbai, sanskrit, stare, weddings

Culture Shock in Japan

JAPAN | Fri, 18 Dec 2009 | By travel-tips | Views [14721]

When visiting a new place, some level of culture shock is inevitable. You are surrounded by a different culture - the traditions, cuisine, mannerisms, beliefs may all be foreign to you. However, this "culture shock" is in essence one of ... Read more >

Tags: crowds, holiday, japan, japanese food, karaoke, tokyo, trains, transportation

Behobia to San Sebastian

SPAIN | Mon, 12 Nov 2007 | By matsmith | Views [1101]

Behobia is a small town on the border of France and Spain, and this famous race is a 20km race from Behobia back to San Sebastain. After finishing in 1h28min during my first year in Spain, it was time for me to improve! I did a lot of training and ... Read more >

Tags: behobia, cider, crowds, sidreria, support


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