Hanju Hotel Nanchang Railway Station
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... I made a mental note to wash my hands well with soap before I ate lunch.
We wandered around the three villages and checked off all five sites that were included in my ticket, which included a small museum of farming implements, a couple mansions and a dismantled watch tower.
We drove back and made it just in time for me to catch a sleeper train home. Six hours later, it was raining in Changsha.
... soccer, so while he was out, we visited two old towers. We could only go up one of them and had some ancient style wild goose soup with noodles and steam buns. The first tower was closed and the signs were translated in the worst way possible, I could not make sense of them.
A strange Chinese man started following us around at the second tower, because he wanted to learn English from me. He was chewing gum that smelled like watermelons. We saw ...
... Beers N Noodles toya…..shane
PS: I actually forgot about my Winter Breaks blogs.
I was going to put it all into one blog as not much at all happened due to snow and rain but I did catch up with a few close friends and I personally want to remember it that way so I broke it into sections. Most of the photo’s ...
... the service stopped for the night.
We had no plans to do anything here except catch a bus; the problem is that our bus to-day doesn't leave until 3:40pm, so we just wandered a bit. Nanchang is by no means a lovely city, but there are few cities in the world that are. It's certainly not worth the disdain it received from others when I told them I was coming here.
... the Nanchang train station. Women stood on the sidewalk holding advertisements for rooms. In the pictures the rooms looked clean, but they were not; the rooms in those places are worn and greasy with the juices and oils of a thousand travelers who eat and spit and do other things above the wet and littered streets.