Wuhan Tianhe Airport Hotel
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Very polluted today, although the sun is trying to break through, and at least the rain has stopped.
We decided to get the ferry across the Yangtze and visit Hubuxiang Food Street for noodles again, and then try and get to the Baolong Temple.
However, our plans changed when we discovered the temple close to the Holiday Inn, the Temple to Lord Lu, which turned out ...
... lived in New York for years, and her western partner was a lovely Greek man called Nick. We spent a long time chatting to them and had a lovely pizza and a couple of bottles of white wine. Nick gave us two chocolate puddings on the house. We finally came back to the Holiday Inn and went into Toucan, the Irish Bar son site, and had a nightcap. I had a double Baileys which cost the extortionate price of 70RMB and was short measure! Another great ...
... and had painted a huge picture of Christ on the wall. Our new friend is called Xuli and she is a 25 year old student studying English at Jilin in the north-East of China. She is from a country family with an older married sister and a younger brother in the army. Her English was excellent and she told us she loves traveling and had come to Wuhan on her own, leaving tomorrow, and is going off to South Korea, and hope to ...
David went off for the second of the optional tours to the White Emperor City. This one is quite famous for the number of poems that have been written about it by many famous poets several hundred years ago. Recent leaders (including Mao) also wrote poems that have been immortalised in stone here. To reach it required passing through the docking station (this time with the specialty being a large variety of dried fish for sale - the smell ...
... a result I did not have much of Anna’s attention for most of our time in Wuhan. All in all it was great to see Anna back in her birth home and as a result she reverted and became very joyful and child-like.
Anna’s father showed us around town, specifically showing us her old primary school and the school playground where she had to sing the national anthem every morning and saluted the Chinese flag. We later wondered around her ...