So it’s about time for another set of journal entries. This time it’s my journey through China from the Kyrgyzstan border to make it to Thailand for a family holiday over Christmas. The drills the same as before: edited only where my grammar or spelling didn’t make sense in the real thing and a little bit of context in italics if needed. Enjoy!

Monday 5th December

5am pickup with Camel (the driver I’d arranged in Osh, Kyrgyzstan – not an actual camel) and his bro. Slept in car; woke for beautiful mountains. Problem. 9km before the border. GoPro videos deleted at checkpoint and Camel not allowed...

Something a little different for this post: here are my journal entries from the next few days on the road. There’s a little commentary for context too.

Before I set off from the UK I was gifted a very special. It’s a book called My One Line A Day. As opposed to a fully-fledged journal or diary, it is a five-year memory book. Every page has a date written at the top, i.e. September 2, October 5, and the page is broken into 5 sections with a space for each year in the left margin. It’s perfect for me: someone who has always wanted to write a diary but always starts writing too much and never kee...

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