SHANGHAI (PRWEB) May 20, 2015
Filled with stories from his world travels, the new travelogue, “From Chicken Feet to Crystal Baths: An Englishman’s Travels Throughout China” (published by AuthorHouse) by author Ian Mote gives travel lovers an inside view of the sights, sounds, and flavors from every province in China.
In “From Chicken Feet to Crystal Baths,” he details some of his most memorable moments in China, including stays at first-class establishments in Shanghai, drunken banquets with miners in Inner Mongolia, wanderings in the Gobi Desert and the hardships of reaching Everest Base Camp … in a bus.
Although it acts as a memoir of Mote’s travels through Asia, “From Chicken Feet to Crystal Baths” also serves to exemplify how a Western expatriate like Mote adjusted to life in China, with the highs and lows along the way. Mote describes the many cultural nuances of life in the Eastern world, and how they differ from those of the West.
He hopes to share the stories from his travels so that he can inspire others to travel and explore the world as he did.
“From Chicken Feet to Crystal Baths”
By Ian Mote
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 472 pages | ISBN 9781504903950
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 472 pages | ISBN 9781504903943
E-Book | 472 pages | ISBN 9781504903967
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Ian Mote is originally from London. He has been an avid traveler since the time he accompanied his parents on around-the-world trips as a baby. At age 18, he lived in America for six months, experiencing a life in rural Kansas he had only seen in movies and on television. He went to Hong Kong for the first time in 1990 and again in 1995, when he tentatively took his first steps on China’s mainland soil. In 2002 he moved to Hong Kong permanently and lived there for four years, during which time he made many trips into China. In 2006 he moved to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and returned to Asia in 2008 to live in Shanghai, where he now resides.
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