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S: NayNay & Benny's Far East Experience: The Honeymoon Edition 2011

BC: Designed by NayNay & Benny

FC: NayNay & Benny's Far East Experience: The Honeymoon Edition | 2011

1: NayNay & Benny's Far East Experience: The Honeymoon Edition 2011

3: Continental Flight 89 Departing from Newark March 15, 2011 at 11:50am Arriving in Beijing March 16,, 2011 10:40am

5: Capital Hotel Beijing, China

6: Tiananmen Square Beijing, China

8: The Forbidden City | Beijing, China

12: The Summer Palace Beijing, China

14: Chinese Tea Ceremony Beijing, China

15: The Chinese Acrobat Show | Beijing, China

16: The Great Wall of China | Badaling in Beijing & Huangyaguan Pass in Tianjin

19: "You are not a true hero until you've climbed The Great Wall" - Chairman Mao

20: Hutong (Old Beijing) Beijing

23: The Drum Tower Beijing, China

25: Boarding The Ocean Princess March 20th, 2011 Shanghai, China

27: Tour of the Ocean Princess Bridge with Captain Stefano Ravera

28: Suzhou, China

29: The Humble Administrator's Garden Suzhou, China

32: Da Yunhe (The Grand Canal) Suzhou, China

34: Dalian, China

35: Dalian Kindergarten Dalian, China

36: The Dalian Polar Aquarium Dalian, China

38: ShinHai Park Dalian, China

41: Seoul, Korea

42: The Markets of Seoul

43: Traditional Korean Home

44: Changing of the Guard Deoksugung Palace Seoul, Korea

47: Taipei, Taiwan

49: Hot Springs Taipei, Taiwan

50: Yehliu Geopark Taipei, Taiwan

53: Hong Kong, China | (the view from our cruise ship balcony)

54: Harbor Cruise Hong Kong, China

55: Victoria's Peak Hong Kong, China

56: Hong Kong Disneyland

58: Products of Asia

59: The Jade Factory Beijing

60: The Pearl Factory Beijing

61: Hong Kong Jewelery Factory Hong Kong

62: Hand Embroidery & Silk Factory Suzhou

63: Beijing Cloisonne Factory

64: Asian Cuisine

65: Lunch in Beijing

66: Snack Street! Beijing, China

68: Peking Duck at QuanJuDe | Beijing

69: Dining in Seoul

70: Sushi Hong Kong

71: Dim Sum at The Jumbo Floating Restaurant Hong Kong

72: Chef's Table on the Ocean Princess with Chef Antonio

74: FAQ What was your favorite location and why? B: "Beijing, because we got to see so much in that one place!" R: "Hong Kong! It was very trendy and Americanized - it felt comfortable." What was your favorite meal? B: "Peking duck" R: "Sushi in Hong Kong - we ate the funkiest stuff! Snack Street was a very fun experience, too." What was your favorite excursion? B: "The Harbor Cruise in Hong Kong, because we got to see Hong Kong from the water, The Largest Floating Restaurant in the world, and an authentic fishing village." R: "Suzhou! I loved the Humble Administrator's Garden as well as Da Yunhe, 'the Venice of China'."

75: What location would you soonest return to? B: "I'd say Hong Kong - there's a lot we still didn't get to see there." R: "Definitely Hong Kong - it was an easy city to navigate since everyone spoke English and there was tons to see." What location surprised you the most? B: "Hong Kong, because they drive on the other side of the road and there were Asian people with English accents!" R: "Korea; I found the areas we visited very clean and really beautiful. I also really liked the people." What was the most physically intense excursion we took? B: "The Forbidden City; it was very big and there was a lot of walking." R: "The Great Wall! It was up hill, tons of stairs - and the first time we went there was a TON of wind!" What was the most beautiful location we visited? B: "The views of Hong Kong from Victoria's Peak" R: "The Humble Administrator's Garden in Suzhou - gorgeous even in the rain and without everything in bloom!" Who was your favorite tour moderator? B: "David, because he used the term 'sticky rice' to help signal to keep the group together!" R: "David in Suzhou - he was very informative and funny, and probably the most savvy with English."

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