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Lee Moore

Lee Moore

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10 travel journals
(and 0 drafts)

1936 pictures and 0 videos

16 countries visited:
United States, Thailand, El Salvador, Philippines, Panama, Nepal, Nicaragua, Malaysia, Macau, South Korea, India, Honduras, Hong Kong, Guatemala, Costa Rica, China

Favorite means of transport:
on foot, motorcycle, car

About me

I love to travel. I'm trying to get to as many countries as a I can while I still can, you know, before I have to settle down. Most of my travel has been done in Asia. I've been to about half of all Asia now, and I'd like to see it all. However, I'd also like to travel on other continents. My main thing is that I study Chinese. I'm really interested in Chinese politics, Chinese culture and language. I also like reading, particularly literature and history.

Personal info

Name
Lee Moore
Age
-
Sex
Male

I live in
Georgia United States
I speak
Chinese, English

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My best travel experience
Hiking in the TianShan Mountains in China's mostly Muslim province of Xinjiang. I just meet up with these Chinese college students and went out with them. It was a great experience.

My worst ever travel experience
Traveling from India to Nepal. We took an overnight train, first class. Unfortunately, this turned out to be a crappy train, and everything was horrible. We had to fight for a bed, and eventually this fat train bureaucrat in a black sportscoat assigned us beds. Still, I had someone sitting on my bed when I fell asleep, and my friend had four guys sitting on his bunk. Police with guns would confront anyone who got on the train (when the guards weren't napping) because we were going through the most dangerous part of India. We got to Gorakpur, and had to take a cab to the border, and then a bus to Pokhara. We missed the bus and had to catch up to it in a cab. The rest of the trip was uneventful except getting caught in a traffic jam caused by Maoist rioting. We got to Pokhara and had to argue with the drunk cabbies to get a decent fare.

Recently published

Shangri-La - Life and Death on the Edge of Tibet

My friend Shannon and her friend, Katherine were working in Cambodia, and, for a vacation, they decided to come up to Yunnan and travel around with me. So I showed them around Kunming a little, and then…

Visited:
China

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Qingdao - Scenes from a Summer → My Craphole - Week One

Sorry I missed to see the date, I believe you are not here now. Just don't mind the crappy environment when you was there, there are much more things need…
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by fredericyue on 4 December 2011

Qingdao - Scenes from a Summer → My Craphole - Week One

Oh my god, so terrible place you lived in, actually I am a local of Qingdao, but now I am studying in Hong Kong. Are you a exchange student in Qingdao…
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by fredericyue on 4 December 2011

Philippine Halfamoon → Bagiuo

Bagiuo is one of the coolest places in the Philippines and I do mean the weather!
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by SheriffsAuctions on 21 April 2010

Philippine Halfamoon → Bagiuo

Glad to see you made it Baguio. It's a nice little town and the Camp John Hay is pretty sweet.
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by Jeffrey Burns on 21 February 2010

Nepal in a Nutshell

very good detailing
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by neoatsung on 18 December 2009

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