Given the high probability of poor weather, the uncertainty of conditions and the finiky nature of the Chinese transport system during Spring Festival, I’ve removed (with much dismay) Changbaishan from my travel itinerary.

With this drastic and disappointing change I’ve decided to default back to my old habits of seat-of-your pants traveling. A plan is truly a set of items that does not happen, especially during the holidays in China (when one is at the mercy of ticket avaliability), and the best option is a fully flexible rambler. Able to change at a moments notice without serious consequences.

So. Beijing. Harbin. Xi’an (tickets permitting). Attractions visited will depend entirely on local conditions.

2 Responses to Changes

  1. DC says:

    I hear the Shennongjia Nature Reserve is a great place to visit. It has a Canadian Like “Bigfoot” creature called a Yeren ripe for the hunting.

    found this on a news site.

    “the park itself has sought to lure tourists with a 500,000 yuan, about $60,000 US, reward for the Yeren’s capture”

  2. Bryan says:

    hmmm…Ye ren meat. Always looking for something new to put in the stew.

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