The Shenyang Metro is a whole different beast than its Beijing big brother.
So, I’ve been “hors-communication” for a while now; significantly longer than I’d hoped, in fact. There’s an unfortunate reason for that…
Whatever the reason, I ventured out into the empty streets with a phone (and no Chinese SIM card), a camera, and a tripod. And promptly got lost.
… As recently as a couple days ago, however, I was losing my dang mind.
Let’s face it… travel isn’t cheap.
It’s nice having talented friends.
To me, a tripod is an absolute necessity.
This is the first instalment of a series I’m working on: the “Interview With A Traveller” series. In these posts, I’ll be interviewing fellow travellers to try to gain a better understanding of the huge variety of motivations, experiences, hopes, dreams, and desires that lead people to a life of travel. And if I’m lucky, maybe
I’ll be publishing a post some time in the next month or so that lays out all the gear I’ll be bringing with me to China, but I’ll also be making a series of posts that spotlight specific pieces of gear, and my rationale for choosing them. This is the first post in the series. Unless
My big China trip is still a month and a half away, but there’s still lots to do in preparation. I often find travel preparation to be daunting, until I break down the process into smaller segments and assess the priorities. This post is all about prioritizing.