Dunhuang China Travel Blogs

Browse 14 travel blogs from Dunhuang, China. Read Dunhuang travel blogs, travel journals, and travelogues from fellow travelers.
#1 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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May 02, 2008 – May 15, 2008
I woke up somehow before sunrise, looking out the window, I could see the sand dunes of Mingshashan getting lighter. I decided…
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This blog was featured on Wednesday June 4th, 2008
#2 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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May 02, 2008 – May 15, 2008
We took the long distance bus today from Jiayuguan to Dunhuang. The journey took about 5 hours, with a couple of stops on the w…
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This blog was featured on Wednesday June 4th, 2008
#3 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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Dec 05, 2015 – Dec 15, 2015
...because it is a cat's dream toilet. Of course, I miss my cats everytime I travel, and what more I cannot access to Facebook…
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This blog was featured on Sunday December 27th, 2015
#4 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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Jun 02, 2006 – Aug 24, 2009
People I met here who contributed to, and improved my trip: Julia (Russia), Hannes (Sweden), Colin (Canada), Portia (USA)The pr…
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This blog was featured on Wednesday November 22nd, 2006
#5 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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Sep 27, 2012 – Oct 19, 2012
In the end I only slept about two hours or so. Fortunately from the train station it would be another two hours driving to Turp…
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This blog was featured on Thursday October 4th, 2012
#6 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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May 02, 2008 – May 15, 2008
Dunhuang, a city of more than 2000 years of history at the throat of Hexi Corridor, and the Silk Road. It's about 1200m above s…
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This blog was featured on Wednesday June 4th, 2008
#7 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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Dec 05, 2015 – Dec 15, 2015
We had a splendid breakfast at the rooftop cafe, and after a nice and warm breakfast in the wintry morning, we were treated to …
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This blog was featured on Sunday December 27th, 2015
#8 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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Dec 26, 2008 – Jan 08, 2009
Our japanese friends decided not to join us, fearing that such tour trips would ruin them of chasing their time from point-to-p…
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This blog was featured on Sunday March 8th, 2009
#9 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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Dec 26, 2008 – Jan 08, 2009
Our japanese friends decided not to join us, fearing that such tour trips would ruin them of chasing their time from point-to-p…
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This blog was featured on Sunday March 8th, 2009
#10 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
Even lazier
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Jul 29, 2009 – Aug 22, 2009
Having exhausted Dunhunag's sightseeing opportunities (at least the ones that don't take too much effort), it was time to relax…
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#11 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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Apr 06, 2010 – Oct 11, 2010
Though not strictly speaking an oasis town Dunhuang feels like one.  The town is perched on the edge of a line of huge san…
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This blog was featured on Wednesday May 5th, 2010
#12 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
Lazy days
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Jul 29, 2009 – Aug 22, 2009
I can't tell you how relaxed it feels being here. Everywhere's easy to find and within walking distance. There's a pleasant vib…
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#13 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
One sand dune too far
posted by:
hyo
Oct 04, 2006 – Dec 04, 2006
<<< for previous travelogues please read my Central Asia - Silk Roads blog >>> Dunhuang is most famous for t…
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#14 of 14 Dunhuang travel blogs
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Dec 04, 2006 – Aug 21, 2007
They can be great - after all, you must see them. But there's always a chance they could be a bit crap. Dunhuang's must-see is …
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This blog was featured on Wednesday April 6th, 2011
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