When I finally saw the Terracotta Warriors of Xi’An

It’s been quite a while now, I know. But here it is, my last video from Xi’An 2016. It started with the Warriors and ended with some delicious food.

 

 

Thank you for reading and watching!

Merveille

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Amazing Street Food in Xi’An

Xi’An is not only famous for its Terracotta Warriors, but also for its muslim street food. If you wanna have a look at how it looks like there, here you go.

 

Also, I forgot to post my video about my last day in China, so here it is also:

 

Thank you all so much for reading and watching!

See you next time!

Merveille.

The Great Wall of China is pretty great!

I was looking forward to editing these videos from my Beijing trip. I feel like I got steadier at holding the camera, plus you can see me talking thoroughly in this one, right at the beginning, so it has more of a vlog-feeling.

You can read my blog posts about the first two days in Beijing here and here.

 

Thank you for reading and watching!

Merveille.

The most beautiful place in China! | Spring Festival in Jiuzhaigou

On our fourth day in Sichuan, we went on a 10-hour bus ride through the mountains and up to the valley and national park of Jiuzhaigou. As you can see in the video, we spent the evening of our 4th day hanging out with tibetan locals at a KTV.
On the fifth day, we spent the whole day to explore Jiuzhaigou National Park.

As you might have heard the bad news a few weeks ago, an earthquake hit Sichuan and with it this beautiful National Park. A lot of natural sights were destroyed, with it, the Nuorilang Waterfalls which you can see at the end of the video. They were the tallest waterfalls in China, now it’s just a heap of mud! Once again, this shows that we should never wait for a trip we want to go on.

 

 

I hope you enjoyed this video!

Thanks for watching and reading!

Merveille.

Trippy Temple Lights in Chengdu!

Now, I have finally uploaded a video that is more like a vlog since I am also talking more and telling what we’re doing and where we are going.

This video also has subtitles (German and Turkish) since I am obviously also talking more.

I think it’s easier to vlog when you are with someone since it won’t appear too awkward when you’re talking on your own or filming yourself :D

So I think that’s also one reason why I am talking so much in this one.

Here you can watch it:

As always, thanks for watching and reading!

Merveille.

Taking the glass-bottom cable car in Hong Kong!

Once again, I have finished editing the next video. In this one, I am taking the Star Ferry to Lantau Island, visit the Tian Tan Buddha and the Po Lin Monastery, and take the Crystal Cable Car back down.

Enjoy the video!

 

Thanks for watching and reading!

Merveille.

Did we land in Ancient China? | Suzhou

After days of trying to figure out a quicker upload, I have now finally managed to upload my 4th video on Youtube.

I do have to say that it’s more time consuming than blogging, but it’s also so much fun! I never thought I would enjoy doing this and can’t wait to find out more editing tools!

 

 

Head over to my channel if you wanna see the rest of the videos!

 

Thank you for reading and watching!

THIS is how I imagined China | Nanjing Video

There is not much going on in my life right now, except for working and saving money.

In the meantime, I am having some more time to edit the rest of my travel videos from China which has already been two year now.

With this, I have now finally managed to upload the third video and here it is!

 

Here and here are also my two blog posts I did about Nanjing!

Feel free to leave a like and a comment, and subscribe to my Channel!

Thanks for reading!

 

Stinky Tofu Town – Shaoxing

It’s already been over 2 years now. So scary to think about that and how fast time passed, yet how much I changed and learned on the way.

Here is the link to my second video from my time in China. Again, it’s only impressions.

Have fun!

 

Thank you for reading and watching!

My first trip in China: Hangzhou

So guys, I finally made it! I have edited my Hangzhou videos into one and uploaded it on Youtube!

It was a long process! It took me over 24 hours to upload it on Youtube!!!! Never thought this would be such a challenge! The editing part was easier than I though, it was more the uploading part that was a pain.

Anyway, I did it, and here it is!