Last November I travelled back to London after a year in China, and was intrigued by all the differences, in both the city and me. Here’s an update after another year in China.
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Finnair generously flew me to London to attend WTM and the Social Travel Market. It’s not a route I’d tried before, but in retrospect it makes perfect sense.
It’s been some time since I’ve actually driven a car, and unlike the UK people here drive on the right (and the left and the middle), so I need to get some practice before being unleashed onto the roads.
International Driving Licenses aren’t valid in China, but foreigners with a Residence Permit can take a test and apply for a Chinese Driving Licence.
Studying for the driving test in China is more than just learning the answers to a few questions. It’s learning a whole new way of thinking about safety…
There are three ways to get down from the Great Wall at Mutianyu. Walk the steep trail, take the cable car or the fun choice – the toboggan run.