Travel Blogs from Wuhan
... 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.
... the trip, I thought.
Next we had lunch at a vegetarian restaurant inside the Changchun temple. We walked around there and then traveled to the Guiyuan temple, where there was a room full of literally 500 golden Buddhist saints. Amazing!
We were tired, so after that we went to sleep. I didn't really wake up until the morning. I slept about 12 hours. I must have needed it...
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 ...
... taking photos of one of the two horses guarding the
entry of the hotel and made Julia pose with it as well.
It was around quarter past when a familiar face appeared in the lobby.
It was the Chinese boy that had picked us up from the train station
the other day. Next to him was a German (!) couple that had also made
the way to Wuhan for the wedding.
Again, the inside of the car smelled from cigarette-smoke. Again, we talked about the 80s and
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