Posts Tagged ‘opinion’

This post is a little overdue but it is also very important as it is likely to be my last post on this blog. As you may have gathered from the title my time in China has come to an end. I had every intention of writing this post from the airport as I waited for my flight out of China but there were a few other posts I hadn’t written yet and so many photos I still wanted to share from the holiday to Guilin and Yangshuo that it just didn’t happen. This post does come on a rather auspicious day however as it was on this very day, two years ago, back in 2009 that I left Cape Town International Airport with a one-way ticket to China.

I think you’ll agree that something’s just not quite right about this photo…

It is hard to sum up the last two years in a single post but with any luck you will have been following my adventure via this blog so all that is left is for me to do is to give you my impression of China. Writing this several weeks after leaving China I am able to look back on my time there with some perspective. There are several people I’ve met that have asked me, “how was China?” and my response has been this, (more…)


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There are only 2 days of voting left so do your part, be a part of it and make my world a better place by helping me win the 2010 SA Blog Awards. All you have to do is click on the banner on the right of this page.

In the meantime the suspense is killing me and the results won’t be made public until the awards ceremony on the 25th September. So I’ve decided to conduct an opinion poll to see what you think my chances are. I know you’re probably thinking ‘not another voting process’ but this one is simple just choose the answer you most agree with and click vote – no security code & no confirmation email.

Now I realise I’ve been a bit self-absorbed  with these Blog Awards but there is a lot more to them than just the Overseas category so here are some of the finalists in the other categories that I think are worth checking out and voting for. Better late than never. (more…)

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