The Great Walk of China 中国 …..

Four mates set out for a stroll ... well, actually a walk - a very, very long walk ... across a myriad of disparate and stunning landscapes ... and discover that home can be, in many ways, wherever we happen to be right now ...

Places visited include: Urumqi, Kanas, Burqin, Kuytun, Yiling, Salimuhu, Narati, Xinyang, Korla, Kucha, Aksu, Kashgar, Tashkurkan, Taklamakan, Karakoram, Turpan, Hami, Dunhuang, Jiayuguan, Xian, Beijing, Shanghai, Kunming, Guilin

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