Category Archives: Running

Exploring Hong Kong

After our recent 3 days in Shanghai, we just wanted to just relax in the local community and get a feel of the atmosphere. Is it a safe city or do we need to be concerned about protests? We had … Continue reading

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Shanghai

After visiting Beijing, the Great Wall, Xi’an, Chengdu, Leshan, the Panda Bears and the Terracotta Warriors, it was time to visit Shanghai. Without question, not only is Shanghai the largest city in the world, it is much different than other Chinese cities.  I can … Continue reading

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Rural China

We flew into Guilin, but we are staying in a resort near Yungshou which provides for interesting places to run of course! It looks like a wonderful place to do some hiking, but we unfortunately did not have enough time. … Continue reading

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First Day in Chengdu

Today was mostly a travel day to get settled in a new city. Apparently, Chengdu is very similar to Seattle. It is almost always overcast, lots of light drizzle and it almost never freezes. Notice the similar space needle? The … Continue reading

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Terracotta Warriors

After a great local dinner last night here at the Hyatt Regency in Xi’an, it decided it was the time of year to begin raining. But I could pass up the opportunity to have an early morning run in the … Continue reading

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A Tourist in Beijing

Everyone knows me…what do you do when you wake up in the morning in a new international city? Go running of course! I went for a run to Tiananmen Square.  By the way, running around the world is always fun.  … Continue reading

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A Quick Stop in Costa Rica

After going through the Panama Canal, (yes, I know I need to add a posting for their, so stay tuned…) our ship stopped at a popular port called Puntarenas or Puerto Caldera. The big highlight was to take a river … Continue reading

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