Finally: Pictures are online!!


Pretty late in the evening and after a few days of looking through our photos from our trip to China we’re finally ready to post the best of the best online!

Basically viewers have two options – an external slideshow from Flickr.com and a thumbnail gallery on China.Thusgaard.com. The links are both available in the menu on the right hand side under “China Trip”.

Feel free to ask questions to the pictures and comment online either on the blog or directly on the pictures.

Enjoy the viewing !

Jolanda & Jakob – not on tour right now

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3 thoughts on “Finally: Pictures are online!!”

  1. GREAT pics! It looks as if you had a great trip!
    I sure do hope that the time-tag on the pictures are GMT +1 and not local time 😉
    Where did you hide your bikes, when you climbed The Great Wall???
    Good comments to the pictures and a nice photos by Jolanda 😉
    Looking forward to see your computer-stats in a graphic layout 🙂

  2. Well spotted, Mickey! 🙂 Actually the time zone at the time was CET +6 hours, so that should explain the “strange” timestamps on the day in teh Forbidden City.

    When we were climbing the Great Wall the bikes were relaxing in our hotel/guest house/hostel room.

    Good point with the graphical layout of our trip data. We haven’t actually entered that data yet (but of course we have it)!

  3. Super pictures. Sounds like fantastic trip!

    Thanks for getting in touch with me. I saw some more of your pictures on flickr. A life well travelled.

    I recognized some of the roads / views you took on your trip from Nice to Avignon 🙂

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