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Nov 2012
For those travelling to Japan it can be quite an expensive place. Public transport, although extremely efficient can still get rather pricey, especially when you want to cover a vast area. Normally we would...

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3
Oct 2012
Visiting Xian and not seeing the Terracotta Army would be like going to Cairo and not seeing the Pyramids or visiting Dublin and not drinking Guiness! There are numerous tour operators and private taxi...

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3
Oct 2012
From Ulan Ude we decided to take the coach to cross the border into Ulaanbataar. We had read on several travel blogs that this route was cheaper and quicker than taking the train which...

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24
Sep 2012
“Who knew riding on trains would be so much fun?” We’ve always wanted to travel in China, and what better way to get there than the Trans Siberian / Trans Mongolian rail routes. Neil...

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11
Sep 2012
Thanks to our new Aussie friends Gemma & Luke we got tickets to see a ballet at the Kremlin theatre but we certainly didn’t know that we’d be saving ourselves 350RUB (about £7) each...

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10
Sep 2012
After rave reviews about Couchsurfing from friends who have both surfed and hosted, we were really intrigued to give it a go ourselves! And I’m so glad we did because our first experience was...

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