so here it is, finally uploaded! It's 1:30 am I'm going to bed! I would like to add though, this was filmed with 2 GoPro's and not always mounted so footage is at points very shakey, please bear this in mind, we took no sliders, no stabilisers and focused on riding! Thank you in advance. … Continue reading The video!
So with the arrival of nice sunny weather, I've been trying to go outdoors as much as possible. This year I now finally have a bike so have been able to join the bike camping trips that many of my friends have been doing for a few years now. It seemed so much easier talking … Continue reading Never go Cycling with Professionals
So it's been a busy month or two, and that in part is due to this years CCTV Star of Outstanding English Competition. If you have ever lived here in China you will have surely come across this situation at least once or twice. English competitions here are very popular and come in a few … Continue reading English Competitions – An Interesting Blend of Talent & Weirdness
Unlike life back home life in China can be the most eventful, crazy & random thing ever! All at 1000 mph! I've literally never had such a fantastically different life anywhere else. I first arrived in China in September 2013, exactly three and a half years ago. And by now you would think I'd be … Continue reading China: Life at 100 WTF’s a minute
A really great article, well worth a read. Which although my son is half half I can relate to as we get the same, that being said we don’t go out as much yet, Ethans only 9 weeks old and we are still getting used to it all.
Seven lovely months ago, little baby Sasha entered into the world in pretty dramatic fashion.
Since then, she has been filling our lives with nappy changes, lullabies, giggles, and more than a few sleepless nights. In other words, a normal baby.
But what makes her different is that she is a foreign baby living in China.
And this is where things get interesting.
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One of the things that really makes China interesting (at least for me) is the haphazard blend of old and new. Probably cause by the fact China is in a constant state of rapid transformation and development, maybe by random planning laws, who knows! Its really interesting to see when walking down an ultra modern … Continue reading The past and present together
Majiang or as its know in England Mahjong is China's Texas Hold Em, by which I mean its popularity, not so much the actual form of the game. Although a lot of people will have heard of this game, I doubt many who have never visited China would really know the true way its played. … Continue reading Majiang the most Complex Simple Game
Well today was the day, finally the 40 day nanny has gone and we are parenting all by ourselves! I won't lie it was a great way to start parenthood, having an experienced nanny has really helped us get used to being parents and learn the basics. And I'm sure a lot of people would … Continue reading The Training Wheels Are Off!!
I recently read an article on this and thought I'd write my own take on this. Everything is a family affair: Literally as I'm sure you can guess, you're not just marrying you're wife, but her whole family! Now I've read quite a lot online about this and heard quite a lot of really bad … Continue reading 6 Things you should know before marrying a Chinese man/woman
I think one of the biggest things to adjust to life in China is missing the foods from back home. And for me one of the things I really miss is bacon! I actually think it should be a basic human right! So anyway I've finally found a nice online store I can order and … Continue reading Bacon is Life!