Asian Picture Gallery

At the end of my third year in Poland,  I was fortunate enough to travel east instead of west to get home.  My father met me in Warsaw,  and we flew to St. Petersburg,  then took a train to Moscow.  From there we traveled by Trans-Siberian Express to Irkutsk, Ulan Bator, and Beijing.  We flew to Hong Kong, Jakarta, Singapore and Darwin, then to Alice Springs, Sidney and Wellington.  In New Zealand we went by train and bus to Auckland, then flew to Fiji, and finally to the US.  It was a long trip,  full of many adventures and great experiences!

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Trans-Siberian Railway

Statue of Lenin in Irkutsk

House in Listvyanka

Choijin Monastery, Mongolia

Yurt hospitality, Mongolia

Yaks, Mongolia

Spinning the prayer wheel, Mongolia

Lama, Mongolia

Train station, Molgolia

Travelling barber, Beijing, China

Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China

Forbidden City, Beijing, China

Junk, Hong Kong Harbor

Petting a tiger in Indonesia

McBuddha, Jakarta, Indonesia

Hindu Temple, Singapore

Sidney Opera House, Sydney, Australia

Ayers Rock, Australia

Nadi, Fiji

Father and I in Hong Kong

Lama, Mongolia

Medicine dealer, Singapore

Jabiru, Australia

All photos on this page by LPEdgerton and DSEdgerton.

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ŠLPEdgerton 1997-2003 (updated 06/12/03)