EP Crew laid over in Hong Kong

After twenty-eight hours traveling, we made it to the Hong Kong airport where we are wondering what this sign means.

So far, our experiences here have taught us the following about China:

1. We don’t speak Chinese
2. This makes ordering food difficult

We’ve got one more flight to catch until Travis picks us up at the airport in Kunming. He’s been in the country for almost two weeks now, dialing in the rest of the logistics for the upcoming expeditions. Unlike us, Travis speaks Chinese. We’re thankful for this.

Trip, Andy and I are all feeling a little jet lagged but are stoked to be here through feeling a bit anxious about seeing if our gear made it to Kunming. The night before we left we found out Harlan, the sixth member of the expedition, was unable to get his kayak on the plane. He’s scrambling to figure out what he’s going to do and we hope he’ll be able to meet us in a couple of days. We’ll keep you updated.

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~ by epicocity on March 9, 2008.

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