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... and cleaning their fish and plucking chickens in the same stretch of water ( side by side); and the local crops on the outskirts. Finally on my last day it was by bus to another village - Qinghua to see the Rainbow bridge (800 years old and original!!!) A bit same, same so think I am done with old villages. Very hot and humid. I am certainly in an area where very few western tourists venture. Lots of stares and very little English spoken. Getting food has been a bit hit ...
Not a lot to say about Wuhan really. Another big city in China - home to about 5 million. It's on the Yangtze and its a BIG river here. Must be at least one km across, maybe more. Lots of river traffic. And quite a few BIG bridges. The Chinese certainly know how to build bridges. The Yellow Crane Park, and the Yellow Crane tower, is probably the main ...
... would show me where to get off and get another bus to the station. And that's what I did - all for 50cents. And made the train connection with an hour to spare. Only standing room on the train. Luckily it was only 2 hours on a fast train and I could sit on my backpack in the cafe area. Then set out to find my hostel - that took another hour. Maps here are not good and asking for directions is a real hit and miss ...
... eaten more than me- I hadn't realized it was a competition, and what's more, I was still full from the morning's street food. The train ride to Chongqing was a little disappointing as just as the scenery was starting to get quite spectacular with towering cliffs and the Yangtze river flowing tens of metres below, it got too dark to see it. So we recited the poem again, and ate the rest of lunch. In any case, it will give me a reason to try the trip again ...
... even heard of it!
The museum houses the artifacts recovered
from the tomb of Marquis Zeng, who died 2400 years ago. His tomb was
accidentally found 60 feet underground by some engineers doing a water project
only a few years ago. It was amazingly intact and had never been looted, so
there was quite a collection there. The Marquis was fond of ‘wine, women and
song’ and this was reflected in his ...