After our fun adventures in Inner Mongolia, Sanna and I bid farewell to our other friends and headed to the next step on our itinerary: Chengdu. Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan, a province is known for its numbingly spicy food and Giant Pandas!
After last night's desert camping adventure, we decided to take it easy for our fourth and final day in Inner Mongolia. We headed to Kangbashi, a district in Ordos, which is known for being a "ghost town".
It's the day I've been waiting for - the day when I would finally get to interact with a camel!!!!!!!!! *excitement*
My Inner Mongolia trip continues: visiting a Mongolian prayer site, sleeping in yurts, and hiking the Qin Great Wall.
Inner Mongolia was on the top of my list of places in China I wanted to visit, so when my friend Ines planned a trip, I decided to tag along 😉 But first, a 27 hour train ride from Shanghai to Hohhot...
Before I move on to my post-graduation travels, I thought I would just dump a bunch of pictures from Shanghai that I haven't had a chance to post about yet. Read about eyelash extensions, crazy potato chip flavors, the British town in Shanghai, nonsensical English and more!
Girls' getaway to Guangzhou and Shenzhen, ft. delicious food, 22 hour train rides, Finding Dory, and walking around in humid hot weather