Wuhanissa aamu näytti jälleen aurinkoiselta lauantaina.
Going back to Saturday a few weeks ago in Wuhan. Our generous hosts took us around the sights - first to Yellow Crane Tower. This sight was full of myths and stories, luckily we had our own lovely English speaking guide:) The views over the city (and in fact all the three cities that come together in Wuhan) were amazing. Jups got to also bang the bell - nine times! Second stop of the day was Wuhan Arts museum, which included the last few minutes of a dance show as well as some extremely interesting exhibitions from Hubei province's history. There was prehistoric skulls from the area (compare to the skull of the Peking man which I already saw back in 2006), and comparing to Homo erectus. Our wish for the Wuhan sightseeing had been to see Mao's summer house, Meiling. It's not really open for public, but somehow someone knew someone, and we were allowed to get a private tour... Unfortunately pictures of the place were not allowed. Overall, sightseeing day in Wuhan was very impressive - such a beautiful city, such warm people. We took the night time flight to Beijing, our final destination. Our flight was slightly late, but not so late that we wouldn't have gotten still food around the corner in my very favorite restaurant in BJ. Green beans with Chili. Gan bian dou jiao...:)