Blogless

It turns out that blogging in China is a little difficult. Internet access is restricted to the sites that the authorities think are acceptable. Apparently blogs are potentially dangerous so I can’t log in or access my blog in any way. At this moment I am using someone else’s computer that has VPN which transfers the connection to the USA, bypassing Big Brother.

So, I am writing my blog in Word and will upload it all in due course. I didn’t know about this problem and you can’t buy VPN in China so I’m stuffed. Anyway, suffice to say that I am having a completely brilliant time, hiking in amazing mountains (Danxia Mountain near Shaoguan), sailing down the Li River at Guilin, cycling round the astonishing Karst landscape at Yangshuo, taking a bamboo raft down the Yulong river (more intrepid than it sounds – you have to sit on a lightly lashed deckchair on a raft made of 10 bamboos strung together, while the raft gets pushed down a slipway, to get from one section of river to the next). Tomorrow I have a long drive to the rice terraces at Long Ji.

Apologies for not anticipating this little hiccup. I do get emails so you can reach me that way if you want.

2 thoughts on “Blogless

  1. Oh Bugger as they say in China, really sorry you’ve been having a problem with blogs but it has been amazing following your journey so far. Sounds like an incredible experience. We have been looking after the boys so no worries on that front … in fact Julian joined us for dinner yesterday to watch the Welsh batter the English aND had the temerity to arrive supporting the leek waving cry babies.. harrummph! pretending to work in the mokki but actually need to do something so have a fab time and we can’t wait for the next installment ( whenever it arrives)..

    stay safe and have fun Terri & Russ xxxx

  2. Delighted to hear you are having a brilliant time! It’s been great to hear your updates thus far, so please keep doing them in Word and we will just have to wait until you get connected again! xxx

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