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Logistics of Beijing to Hong Kong with maximum freedom

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Let me give you guys some background: I'm from the US and I've been able to traverse the entire continent on my own time table, go to all the places I wished to go, and had complete freedom to go wherever and stay for however long I wanted. No tour buses. No hitchhiking. No hotels. No motels.

That's because I had a car and an open road and a tent.

This is the kind of traveling that I like to do. Freedom to go wherever for however long and on the cheap. To be able to full explore a place and also carry gear such as laptop and camera equipment with me (I work my day job remotely and must have a laptop and a way to get to reliable internet at all times, whether it's a library, starbucks, or 3G).

Now that I want to travel internationally I don't know what to do.

How do I do this in China? To go from Beijing to Hong Kong? Fly in to Beijing, fly out from Hong Kong, and see everything I want to see on a whim along the way.

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