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Travel Blogs from Wuhan
I often hear the old refrain that things usually get worse before they get better. After visiting Shanghai for the second time, I get the feeling that the city is experiencing this truth first hand. While the early 20th century birthed a vibrant and cultured city, Shanghai has spent the last few decades on Chinese government sanctioned growth …
... that crosses the Yangzi River, which I had to take a 40 cent elevator up to just to cross it. Wow!
I think my map of Wuhan is old, because I got SUPER lost trying to find the train station in Wuchang. Finally I saw some African medical students, who helped me get there. I was walking in the wrong direction.
In the morning, Ye took me to try a Wuhan specialty, "hot dry noodles". It tastes like regular noodles, except with tons of sesame seed sauce. Loved it. There was also some hot egg/rice wine mixture to drink. Delicious breakfast!
At the museum we watched a performance on some ancient bells and then saw the tomb of a really rich man from about BC 400. It was really well preserved ...
I went to Wuhan by train on Friday night. I didn't book anything because I was just plain lazy, and I had to sit on the floor. It was awful. I sat down beside a young teenage boy and then his mother came and suddenly sat down on my feet. There was no way I was going to be sticking out into the aisle, so ...
... s „Doktorvater“ (university supervisor) in
Berlin appeared on the screen. I expected this to be the beginning of
a long row of video-messages and live-speeches that would follow, I
expected small brothers to declare love to their hated sisters, I
expected the big Papa-Boss to start crying, I expected at least some
Chinese friend to speak to the couple. But – that was it. I was
still hunting dumplings with sweet canned milk on ...