Happy New Year from Urumqi

Journey

Snow, cold and slippery road have sent me to one of the most unexpected experience in traveling: going to hospital. Worst, I didn’t speak Mandarin or Uyghur and I forgot my translator in my phone. But the show (read: travel) must go on.

Happy New Year from Urumqi, China.

Snowy People’s Park, Urumqi
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