China Adventures

China Adventures

by Ken Wadland

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China Adventures is a virtual visit to China through the eyes of one independent traveler.
* Ever wonder what it would be like to walk along the Great Wall of China?
* Can you imagine traveling through the Three Gorges along the Yangze River?
* What is it like to live in a communist country that has the world�s highest population?
The author takes you through his own personal observations and adventures while exploring China.

KEYWORDS: China, Chinese, Travel, Arm-Chair, Journal, Dr Ken,
Yantze River, Yantze River Cruise, Great Wall of China, Beijing, Shanghai,
Ancient Town of Chadao, Bedaling, Bund Sightseeing Tunnel
Chongqing, Confucius Temple, Feng-du, Gezhouba Dam
Great Wall at Bedaling, Great Wall at Mutianyu,
Humble Administrator�s Garden, Jin Jiang Action Park
Mutianyu, Nanjing, Pudong, Qibao, Qing Dynasty Bazaar
Qutang Gorge, Shanghai MagLev Train, Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum
Suzhou, Tian'an Men Gate, Tian'an Men Square
Wuhan, Yellow Mountain

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150405066
Publication date: 10/02/2014
Series: Arm-Chair Travels with Dr Ken
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 146
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Dr. Ken Wadland is an intrepid traveler, a story teller, and an explorer of world cultures. He has visited all 50 of the United States and has traveled to 34 countries on 6 continents. As part of his career, he has lectured extensively and been a keynote speaker in North America, Europe and Asia. As an independent, adventure tourist, he has explored remote regions of Africa, South America and Australia. He has taken five around-the-world trips.
Dr. Ken has stayed in everything from five-star hotels to a hammock in the jungle. He�s traveled using more than 30 different means of transportation, including: camel, donkey, elephant, hovercraft, motorcycle taxi, water taxi, trolley, humvee, dune buggy, tramway, funicular, rickshaw, steam train, bicycle and on foot.
In this book and the other books in this series, Dr. Ken hopes to convey to you, the reader, a bit of the feeling of what it�s like to be an independent tourist observing the world around him.
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