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China: How It All Began – The Call of School
Published: 3.5.2014
Bus taking me from the Beijing airport to the place of my stay. First couple of days it is not a school but a flat of my friend. I will stay day until the registration at the university. How will be the school? What about teachers? And classmates?

Ireland: Mount Brandon – Its Saints, Scholars, and Schizophrenics
Published: 28.4.2014
The west coast of Ireland is well known for its rough beauty. The area facing the severity of the Atlantic Ocean, shaped by waves and winds, used to be regarded as the end of the Christendom and the whole world as well. The Cape Slea Head on the Dingle peninsula is actually the westernmost part of Europe.

China: How It All Began – How Foreigners Became Actors
Published: 26.4.2014
Despite the title looks promising there wont be a long description of my acting career. As we promised to the elderly, we came on the following day to another “rehearsal”.

Netherlands: The Hague – Arrival
Published: 25.4.2014
In the last article you could have learned something on landmarks located along the Prague-Hague route.

Scotland: Land of Heather, Lakes and Sheep VII
Published: 21.4.2014
Today, we get to the last part of the series of articles on rough yet magical Scotland.

China: How It All Began - „If Friends from Afar Come To a Visit...“
Published: 19.4.2014
After registration troubles in the office, I managed to go through the rest of the week pretty well. I did not have to worry about the housing. Gradually, I was getting to know my new roommate and our new pets – cockroaches.

Russia: A Journey to Novgorod
Published: 18.4.2014
Birth, golden age and fall of the boyar republic.

Scotland: Land of Heather, Lakes and Sheep VI
Published: 14.4.2014
Fortunately, in south part of Lewis there are hills that flawlessly continue to Harris. Islanders also need wood so they planted there a small forest. Now I lay in a warm sleeping bag, in a tent attached to three trees, I listen to an ugly sound of drops constantly hiting my tent. Well, I have to get up eventually. After all I come here to learn about the islands, not to lay all day long.

China: How It All Began – Sysiphus‘ Toil
Published: 12.4.2014
At the airport, I get in the bus heading to my university. There are always traffic jam in Beijing. I have a lot of time to think. How it was back then. I had already settled, bought several necessities to get by… and then I just had been waiting for my roommates to show up.

Germany: Saxon Switzerland – On a Way to the Hague
Published: 11.4.2014
Not a long time ago, I went for a trip to the Hague, a city you might read about in some of our articles. The road from the Czech Republic goes across Germany. I chose to go on direction to Dresden across Saxon Switzerland.

Scotland: The Land of Heather, Lakes and Sheep V
Published: 7.4.2014
I have almost no water, no battery in my cell left, thus I travel to Mallaig, a port town from where ferries heading to Skye, Rum, Uist and other, smaller, islands depart. Right next to the port, there is a small train station. Its loading platform has not been used for a long time, obviously. It has two platforms.

China: How It All Began – Campus: Living in a Jungle
Published: 5.4.2014
I am waiting for tickets to get from the Beijing Airport. I have to just sit in a right bus. An hour later I am on place. I am really curious about my new place, campus and its surroundings. I have to remember my first campus in Chengdu two years earlier.

Scotland: Land of Heather, Lakes and Sheep IV
Published: 31.3.2014
Again, I woke up cold. This time it was not on the Orkneys. It was about half the way between Inverness and Perth, close to A9 road. Islands on the north, I had left 19 hours ago. Strong wind is blowing outside. Fortunately, it does not rain.

China: How It All Began – You Dont Live Here
Published: 29.3.2014
A queue to get a round stamp seems infinite. Next I have to just pick up my baggage, get on a bus that would take me from the airport and get at the campus. Everything according to the plan. Only with some extra time in queues or in Beijing traffic jams. Two years ago in Chengdu, if my memory is right, it was not that easy...

Italy, Padova – A City With a Medieval Feeling
Published: 28.3.2014
Today we visit ancient city of Padova and its medieval streets in northern Italy.

Scotland: Land of Heather, Lakes and Sheep III
Published: 24.3.2014
Cold and raindrops hitting a side of my tent wake me up. It would be better if there was no thermometer for knowing that it is just 1 degree above zero is not very encouraging. Fortunately, the wind got better. I quickly pack my tent hoping that my hands will not freeze.

China: How It All Began – From the Very, Very Beginning
Published: 22.3.2014
Summer. Heat. Beijing. Getting a round stamp was the only thing left when I got off the plane. But I have to wait in a queue for some time. Well, I am in China, again.

Ireland: St Patrick's and Mass Craziness
Published: 21.3.2014
When more a year ago I bought tickets to Ireland, I did not realize that I would be there during the craziest event in this small island country. At first it was just strange that the tickets for three days are more expensive than for other days.

CZ, Usti nad Labem – Strekov: Symbol of the City - VIDEO
Published: 18.3.2014
On a high hill above the Labe soon before people started to call the longest Czech river Elbe, in German, there is Strekov Castle, the gem of industrial city of Usti nad Labem.

Scotland I: Land of Heather, Lakes and Sheep II
Published: 17.3.2014
After a half-an-hour ride I get off in Aberdour, a fishermen town in the Forth Bay. I have no idea where to go so I just follow arrows of the Fife Coastal Path. The reason is perhaps that it goes along the railway (and thus along the coastline as well).

China: Zoucheng: Just a Little Bit and the Circle Will be Complete
Published: 15.3.2014
Previous day in Chu-fu, sadly, in comparison to places that we've visited was not that interesting. Maybe if around the tomb of the great Confucius did not stand crowds of Chinese eager to make photos and if for passing the cemetery of the Kchung family was not required admission 40 yuans, the overall impression would be a little bit better.

Germany: Cologne – Landmarks
Published: 14.3.2014
An ancient city that is today the largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia. Its history originally as oppidum of the Ubi, a Germanic tribe. During the first century AD when the Roman Empire expanded its border, the settlement became part of the Roman province of Germania Inferior and the settlement got a new Latin name of Colonia and became the capital of the province.

Scotland: Land of Heather, Lakes and Sheep I
Published: 10.3.2014
Already in the summer of 2011, I was in Scotland for a few days visit. But this time it was different. And maybe even a little crazy. At this time I was a fresh adult student, only with a flight ticket to home, about three hundred pounds in his pocket and an overnight stay for the first night.

China: Qufu – Confuciu’s City
Published: 8.3.2014
While browsing in the diary, I found this note: "Qufu, arrival around 00:00." I remember that moment too well. It was quite cold, pitch black, and right at the exit of the station greedy taxi drivers came to us. Matter of principle had to be rejected. Then, however, had no choice but to hope that they were wrong and that you can get accommodation in and around the station ...

Netherlands: The Hague – The Most Well Known Landmarks in Haag
Published: 7.3.2014
The third largest city in Netherlands is located on the Northern Sea.

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