About: Roger E. Jones, English Teacher, Sichuan University, Chengdu. I’m now in my fourth year in China. My pastimes include surviving culture shock, learning Chinese, photography, writing, learning classical guitar, and eating Sichuan food.
What an interesting blog I stumbled onto. Definitely, going to read more… 🙂
This is a wonderful blog! It was a very good read.
I was wondering if you would be interested in guest blogging on my blog. It is a collection of my travels and the travels of my guests. If you scan the site you can see that now almost 100% of the posts are from guests. Lately I’ve been finding many people interested in guest posting.
Included in your post will be a link to your website using whatever anchor text or key words you wish and a description of your site (if you choose to include one.)
My blog (onetravel.wordpress.com) receives about 2000 visitors a day and that number is steadily growing.
So if you are interested in being a guest, please let me know.
Send me an Email:
Travel Blogger | OneTravel
George: Sure, thanks for the invite. I won’t even begin to be able to think about it until about September, when I’m back “home” in China and have time to process all the adventures of my holiday. If you don’t hear from me, please contact me again. Take care, Roger
Your blog is a great find, Roger, especially since I’m leaving for Kaifeng, China, on Sept. 2 at the invitation of some semi-Christian residents there. And, I’ve actually thought about teaching English in China. Contact me at email@example.com sometime will you.
Paul McKay: Sure, and feel free to email me thru the link at my blog any time after August. – Roger
Great,nice to see you!english teacher
interesting blog. plan to read more .
Miss you here in California. Your pictures are as amzing as always. I am so glad that you do this so I can keep up with you and your life. As always thinking of you my friend.
Shane Baby!!! Love you too – always nice to hear from you.
Hi Roger – Just stumbled upon your blog after searching for reviews of a book with the same title. I think your blog is beautifully written with gorgeous photos.
I’m an expat too…living in HK…from California, Los Angeles. And, my family and I just returned from a trip to Chengdu (and Juizhaighou, Huang Luong, Ehmei Shan, etc.). Small world.
I’ve only scanned your blog so far, but I look forward to reading and seeing more…especially as we hope to visit to India and Nepal sometime. I’m not sure if you talk about your camera or photo tips on your blog, but I’m going to look out for any insights you may have mentioned.
jofizzlehk – Thanks for the feedback. If you ever get to Chengdu again, look me up!
Best wishes, Roger
Always nice to read your diaries and photos!
BTW, are you still teaching in UESTC or, have you changed to Sichuan University for a new job afterwards??
your ex-student in UESTC
Hi, nice to meet you !
I’m so pleased to have found your link on Lisa’s “notes from Africa.” I also blog about living abroad–last year in Vietnam, this year in Haiti.
Thanks for the comment – I’ll check out your blog.
hey! would like to talk to you regarding the india-nepal border crossing.. how bad was your kathmandu to varanasi trip? how long did it take you? and how did you arrange for the bus/train rides? will be doing to opposite way, still on the planning stage but it’s for next month.
thanks very much!
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