• Alaska,  America,  Destinations,  US,  WorldTour

    Top things to do in 2 weeks in Alaska

    Anchorage visit city + waterfalls hike + salmon handling Matanuska Glacier Valdez (glacier + check for Bears) Wrangell St. Elias (Hike Root Glacier + Hike Jumbo Mines + Plane tour + Mackenzie and Kennicott) Drive through Denali highway (carefully very bumpy) Anchorage + hikes on the way Seward (Boot tour Kenai fjords + hike Harding Icefield Homer Seldovia low tides by boat Katmai National park (Bear waterfalls) Rusian river Anchorage  

  • America,  Destinations,  Hawaii,  US

    Top things to do in 3 weeks in Hawaii

    Kauai (4 days – 7.7 to 11.7) Na Pali Coast State Park ·· ( By boat or plane North Shore’s Caves Kalalau Trail (11 miles. Starts in Ha’ena State Park and finishes in Kalalau Valley – 2-3days for the whole tour, you can do part of it) Koke’e State Park (Booked out) Kalalau Lookout – Views of the Napali Coast Puu o Kila Lookout Spouting Horn Blowhole Waimea Canyon – Grand Canyon of the Pacific ( Fern Grotto Captain Cook’s Landing Fort Elizabeth State Park Holo Holo Ku Heaiu (sacred) Botanical Gardens Princeville Botanical Gardens · Allerton Garden ·· Limahuli Garde · Na ‘Aina Kai Botanical Gardens ·· Beach…

  • Asia,  China,  Destinations

    Transport in China

    China has 9.597 million km2 and not all of it is properly interconnected. In recent years China has been updating its public transport network. However, most of the time, the rural areas are left apart from efficient connections as the focus of improvement concentrates in the touristic and more economically developed cities. Transportation in China is wide and varied. The main transportation is rail where the focus on improvement has been concentrated during the last years. You can find from very old, high polluting steam-hauled coal trains to more environmentally friendly alternatives like the high-speed maglev (magnetic levitation). Notice that China has the 1st worldwide commercial high-speed magnetic levitation train.…

  • Asia,  China,  Destinations

    Chinese holidays

    We recommend you avoid traveling to China during their holidays as the vast majority of people travel domestically. The trains and buses will be crowded and it will be nearly impossible to buy the tickets you want.   New Year’s Day: 1st of January Chinese New Year aka Spring Festival: 25th January 2020. Usually happens between the last week of January and the 2nd week of February. Qingming Festival aka Tomb Sweeping: 4th of April Labor Day aka May Day: 1st of May Dragon Boat Festival: 25th June 2020. Depending on the year the date will change. Usually, it’s in June. Mid-Autumn Festival: 1st October 2020. Every year will be…