C H I N A

I always associated China with unfriendly cities, smoggy skies and grey buildings. I couldn’t have been more wrong.  Within these cities were some of the friendliest and most accommodating people I have ever met.  Outside the sprawling cities I was overwhelmed by the beauty of China.  The misty and otherworldly peaks of Zhangjiajie, the unreal colours of Jiuzhaigou and endless rolling hills of Guilin.  Here’s a little glimpse of our beauty filled trip in 2014.

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A V A T A R
Bird Man (1 of 1)
B I R D M A N
Colourful Pool (1 of 1)
J I U Z H A I G O U
Guilin (1 of 1)
G U I L I N
S O N G P A N
Z H A N G J I A J I E
Mountains (1 of 1)
P E A K S
Top of our Mountain (1 of 1)
T O P O F T H E W O R L D
Old Man (1 of 1)
G E N T L E M A N
Waterfall (1 of 1)
J U I H A I Z H O U F A L L S

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