Travel Blogs from Wuhu
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... very talented older man who completely owned everyone else on the badminton court. I've been holding a racquet wrong my entire life apparently. And I suck, haha, but they were really excited that an American was enthusiastic about badminton. I told Yangyang yesterday that I really like badminton, and when his parents heard, they instantly booked a reservation at the court for tonight so I could play with them before I left tomorrow.
... and broth with bits of bamboo in it.
After that, we browsed through the mall for a while before going to Elise's grandparents' apartment for a lot of chatting, dinner, and then chatting and watching TV. Dinner was very good, and I especially liked the fried lotus root stuffed with pork. Oops. Then we came back to the hotel and I just showed Elise all the youtube videos she's missed out on in the past 3 months. :)
... liked the cucumber with bean curd/doufu skin a lot, and when I asked about how it was made, our host went to the closet and gave me two enormous packages of the dried bean curd skin so I can make it at home in America. Elise's family is so generous with us.
After some more chatting and photos, it was time to head out to our train to Nanjing. The unfortunate thing about Shanghai is you walk outside and you are already sweaty. Carrying mildly ...
... garden, we couldn't as we were whisked off to another tourist commission trap aka silk factory. This was called Number One Silk Factory - they definately need some help with marketing here. Some good products here, king size silk duvet $80, Elly bought a couple of silk kimonos for $12 each. I skipped lunch which looked diabolical, ...