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    Medical Tourism To China Summary

    I am back in my little apartment in Chiang Mai, Thailand after my Medical Tourism To China Trip. It was a great tour with the C-trip and Juicertrip team in China. I had a wonderful time there, learned a lot, made great friends and in general, it was just Great. I had my second treatment...

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    Chinese Culture: A Different View of Beijing

    I am in Beijing on a sponsored trip to study Traditional Chinese Medicine and I have been given 2 appointments to try out the treatments. The few days between the TCM visits will be spent in various activities including cultural trips, sightseeing tours, and working with the English speaking travel ...

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    Chinese Acupuncture & Massage Used In TCM

    I flew from Thailand to China on the 4th of June, arriving in Beijing to begin my learning program on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Chinese Acupuncture, Massage, Cupping, Herbal Therapy, and Bha Qua, are all treatments used in TCM. I had been reading up on the elements of treatment involved in...

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing

    In February of this year, I received an invitation in an email from Juicertrip. Not knowing who they were I almost threw it away as spam. But I checked them out instead. I guess I am lucky or I am just living right.  I don’t know which. One of their more prolific tours is a...

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    Photographing Mongolia: Great Grasslands / Steppes

    Since this is our first Photo-Post about Photographing Mongolia I will have to give you a little background information about travel here. 1. You travel in Russian Jeeps that are carefully tended relics from the 1970’s. 2. You will be lucky to have a hot shower once every 2 to 4 days. 3. You w...

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    Naadam: The Olympics of Mongolia

    Naadam is the festival that takes place in July of each year in Mongolia. This has taken place for over 700 years in one form or another and probably began as a festival within each of the different Mongolian tribes....

  • Mongolia 3: Waterfall and Wild Horses

    The third installment of our Mongolian adventure has us leaving the Great Gobi Desert and heading for the Orkhon Waterfall. Today we began one of the longest trips we have made in our Russian Van consisting of over 300 km. This does not sound like much of a trip, but what doesn’t sound like mu...

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    Mongolia: Great Gobi Adventure

    We left our hot showers (after one more morning quickie) and headed out into the Central Area of the Gobi Desert. We are passing the Red Stupas on the way. They look much like the White Stupas except not nearly as large. As usual Baisa had to do a few tricks for us, such a camera hog,...

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    Mongolia: Starting With The Great Steppes

    Just the word ‘Mongolia’ stirs up some memories of the great Ghingus Khan (pronounced “Chingus”). How he was able to take a country that is roughly twice the size of Texas in the U.S. and become the master of the largest land empire in the history of the world. He ruled every...

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    3 Days To Discover Beijing, China

    Beijing, China has always been a dream. Not just because almost everything we’ve ever used during our life said “Made In China” on the back, but also because it has always sounded intriguing and different. Not only were our expectations fulfilled, we were actually blown away by Bei...

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    5 Senses Bombarded by Jaipur, India

    Jaipur, India is a bustling, noisy, chaotic, aromatic, deliciously enthralling city. There are so many wonderful sights to take in and so many activities available where you can get the full experience of this wonderful city with all 5 of your senses....

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