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Looking for a place to stay in Timbuktu? Planning your next transcontinental overland trek? Want to know what winter is like in Mongolia? Here are some people who can help you out. Please don't include tourist stops.



  • Xinjiang: (Mainly Urumqi, Turpan, and Kashgar) Jason Law
  • Yunnan: (Mainly Kunming) Andres Schabelman
  • Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xi'An, Hong Kong, Dunhuang, Inner Mongolia and the Gobi Desert: Philip Arnolds


  • Students who have studied at AUC
  • Philip Arnolds


  • Rovaniemi (Santa's village and Arctic Cirle), Turku, Helsinki: Ersen Bilgin and Grace Song


  • Students who went on the Georgia Winter Study class
  • Philip Arnolds
  • Jason Ren -2006





  • Ryan Carollo, students who went on the '05 Winter Study trip
  • Helen Selonick (Tangier)
  • David Rodriguez crossed the Strait of Gibraltar for an overnighter in Tangier

North Korea

  • Roy Liu




  • Kucukkabaca, Isparta, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Pamukkale, Istanbul, Antalya, Denizli: Grace Song


United States

  • Evan Miller once asked for directions to a nearby campsite at a gas/lotto station in Uniontown, Kansas (population 283) [1]. The overalled, bug-eyed proprietor with a John Deere hat perched on his head told him, "Oh it's real easy to get there. Go over the hill right here and take a left at the church, and then take your first right, then left-right-left-right-left-right, and it'll be there on your left. Can't miss it." And he didn't. You can verify the directions from Uniontown to the camp entrance for yourself:

<googlemap zoom="12" width="500" height="400" type="normal" lat="37.814937" lon="-95.01646"> 37.79812,-95.062637,Bourbon County State Park </googlemap>

  • Alaska (Fairbanks, Prudhoe Bay Oil Field): Mary Haas