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June 10, 2010

Routes for traveling the world

Routes for traveling the world

In planning routes around the world there are as many choices as there are languages in the world, depending on how much surface travel you wish to do, and how many flights you wish to take. This article will restrict itself to few flights, requiring aggressive ‘open jaws’ overland trips to the next open jaws’ point, giving several overland options. An example of ‘open jaws’ is landing in London, traveling overland to Istanbul, and then flying out to your next destination, which may be Mumbai, India. ‘Closed jaws’ would be arriving in London, and flying out of London.

All examples could be done in reverse.

Itinerary 1

USA departure, traveling east, arriving in London, overland by train to London, Berlin, Prague, Warsaw, Moscow. In Moscow catch the Trans Siberian Railway to Beijing. Beijing, take train to Hong Kong and on home

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Or in Beijing, take train to Nanning, and then on to Hanoi, Saigon, Bangkok, Singapore, Flight to Fiji, Boat to Tahiti, Flight home

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Itinerary 2

USA departure, traveling west, arriving in Hong Kong, overland by train to Beijing, then via the Trans Siberian railway, proceed to Moscow

.Option 1, From Moscow, train travel north to St. Petersburg, then to Helsinki, then ferry to Stockholm, then on to Berlin, and to London. Fly out of London, OR

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Option 2 From Moscow, train travel west to Warsaw, Prague, Berlin, and on to London. Fly out of London

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Itinerary 3

USA departure, traveling east, arriving in England, then train travel to Belgium, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Turkey, Iran, India (in New Delhi, choose from two options. Optional possibilities include the countries of China, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Viet Nam Singapore)

Follow this route: London, England, Brussels, Belgium, Cologne, Germany, Vienna, Austria, Budapest, Hungary, Bucharest, Romania, Istanbul, Turkey, Ankara, Turkey, Van, Tabriz, Iran, Tehran, Iran, Kerman, Iran, Zahedan, Iran, Quetta, Pakistan, Lahore, Pakistan

Amritsar, India, Delhi, India. Option 1: Delhi then on to Calcutta Catch flight in Calcutta to Singapore. Fly out of Singapore for home, or From Singapore, catch train to Bangkok and on through Viet Nam, Nanning, Hong Kong. Fly home from Hong Kong.

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Option 2: Delhi to Kathmandu and to Lhasa, China. From Lhasa, travel by train to Hong Kong, and fly home

Or, From Lhasa, take train to Nanning. From there, you can travel to Hanoi, Saigon, Bangkok, Singapore. Fly out of Singapore to Fiji, Boat to

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