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Jay Lake
Date: 2009-04-03 20:19
Subject: [travel] China itinerary
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Tags:china, personal, travel
For those playing along with the home game version of "Where's Jay", here's the China itinerary. Blogging where access and bandwidth permit, copious photos to be forthcoming for certain.

April 7
Leave Portland, fly to Beijing via Vancouver and Tokyo

April 8 April 10

April 11
Overnight Train to Xi'an

April 12 - 13

April 14 - 15

April 16 - 17

April 18

April 19
Leave Beijing, fly to Portland via Tokyo and Vancouver

April 19
Back in Portland

Originally published at jlake.com.

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Kelly Green
User: saycestsay
Date: 2009-04-04 04:26 (UTC)
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Do you remember when Beijing was Peking?
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Jay Lake
User: jaylake
Date: 2009-04-04 04:31 (UTC)
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Kelly Green
User: saycestsay
Date: 2009-04-04 14:25 (UTC)
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Book Universe
User: bookuniverse
Date: 2009-04-04 06:29 (UTC)
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Well, that explains why you're not on the NorWesCon list from which I'm compiling my book order... Have fun!
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Paul Weimer
User: princejvstin
Date: 2009-04-04 13:19 (UTC)
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A co worker of mine has been there a couple of times. I highly enjoyed his photos, and hearing HIS stories.

I really need to save some pennies and make a trip, myself, one of these days.

Have a good trip!
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User: barbhendee
Date: 2009-04-04 13:52 (UTC)
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Hi Jay,

How many other people will be with you? Is this just a family trip for you two or is someone helping to organize some of the events and schedule?

It looks like a wonderful adventure! Taking a train through part of China will make for a great story.
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Kenneth Mark Hoover
User: kmarkhoover
Date: 2009-04-04 15:41 (UTC)
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I'm looking forward to seeing what you write about this. I've always wanted to visit China. When I was working for Texaco in the 80s there was talk of us going over there to do geophysical exploration. But then the Oil Boom went belly up and it never came off.
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