Days 74-76: Heady Headers

Photo, above: Mongolian Herder Family, with awards from Dad’s wins in local horse  racing contests. You can see them all in Mongolian Herder Family video at

As a finale I decided to summarize my trip by sharing the headers below that were used for my postings with you. I remembered (nearly) every location by heart, with a couple of technical exceptions. I am fond of each and every experience! They are now like my children, and hard to give any of them away. I hope you have enjoyed seeing these again, this time with captions.

A note about the number of days on each annual trip: There have been 68, 80, and 72 in 2014, 2015, and 2016, respectively. Anchored on one end for a German Language Course and Asia on the other end for contrast, the stuff in between has been the most interesting and lesser traveled. I was always fixated on the Silk Road, and this time, the Genghis Khan saga across the great Eurasian Continent. The timing was right for me, the weather and climate suitable, and a very achievable itinerary in my (crazy) view of the world. If you have questions or details on accomplishing it, let me know and I’d be happy to give you more information.

A big hug and thanks to each of my travel partners and visitors: Gee Kin, above all; Tom, Helena, Patrizia, Hanne, Jens, Vladimir, Iyoko, Paul, Kanji; and new Goethe friends Mukda, Anu, Jess, Ilaria; and Mongolian guides Aggie and Nassa. I now have collected many friends from all over the world to join me in my future travels. And of course, to you, the readers.

There’s a very short, 3-second survey at the end of this post that I would really appreciate your taking the time to respond to for my benefit and future trips. Thanks again to all for following my blog and keeping me focused on getting both of us new and exciting experiences, both in the raw and virtually!! Love to all.

View of Tennozu Isle, Tokyo, Japan
View of Mt. Magome, Japan
Nakasendo Highway, Japan
Rear End of S7 flight-Valdivostok to Tokyo
Vladivostok, Russia
Vladivostok Harbor, Russia
In transit on Trans-Siberian Irkutsk to Vladivostok, Russia
Village along Lake Baikal, Russia
Khorkorin, Mongolia
Free Range Sheep and Goats, Orkhon Valley, Mongolia
Gorge of Orkhon River, Mongolia
Forbidden City, Beijing, China
Bauhaus, Dessau, Germany
View from Kunst Akademie, Berlin, Germany
Spree River, Berlin, Germany
Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany
Museum of Terrorism, Berlin, Germany
Egyptian Panel, Neue Gallerie, Berlin, Germany
Street Art, Berlin, Germany
Bernauer Strasse, Berlin Wall Park, Germany
Weimar, Germany
Jazz Orchestra, Dresden Musikfestspiele, Germany
Dresden, Germany
San Francisco City Hall, California, USA


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