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| Weird World: The Devil's Kitchen, China Taking a momentary change of pace, this post is going to be focussed on food. Not just any food, however; but rather a certain backstreet restaurant in China, presided over by the devil herself. In fact, I considered adding this report to my Dark Tourism section... but while dark tourism tends to d more... - 2013/05/20|
| Stevenson Square, Manchester - April 2013 Another return trip to Manchester, for the next chapter in the Outhouse Project of Stevenson Square, Manchester. Bit of a mad dash, an hour to spare before I fled the country I wandered up to a strangely very quiet Northern Quarter, even for a Sunday the streets w more... - 2013/05/18|
| Urban Exploration: Zhongshan Bunkers, China China is massive. It is vast and varied, over a billion people divided between 56 ethnic groups, and between them speaking almost 300 different languages. Above all else, China is unpredictable; a fact to which the following report stands testament. We set out one bright morning in March, in search more... - 2013/05/18|
| Dark Tourism: Old Melbourne Gaol, Australia Between 1845 and 1924, Melbourne Gaol housed some of Australia’s most notorious criminals – including the outlaw Ned Kelly, and a serial killer believed by some to have been Jack the Ripper. The three-storey museum charts the lives and deaths of both prisoners and staff, with often-morbid exhib more... - 2013/05/12|
| Editorial: May The month of April saw the end of my current travel spree, as I retreated to my Black Sea lair in order to write up some of these recent adventures; while simultaneously saving money for my next trip. This editorial should give you an idea of what you can expect to see appearing on The Bohemian Blo more... - 2013/05/12|
| Urban Exploration: Wonderland, China Somewhere between Beijing and the Great Wall of China, towering over the Hebei plains and the nearby Chenzhuang Village, there stands a lonely, broken castle. The site was once conceived as a parallel to Disney's great amusement parks; the dream passed however, and now this gothic tower - no more t more... - 2013/05/09|
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