April 7th-April 10th
Just two days later I found myself in another city. I finally felt like I was in China. Because I was traveling with a Chinese family, we went to visit May’s hometown.
Nanchang, Jiangxi Province
I took a walk down the street.
This is what felt like China to me.
I felt a bit conspicuous taking photos, so I put my camera away after a few shots.
The food is always fresh.
Finally some countryside and fresh air.
Probably the best meal I had in China.
These two ladies made our lunch.
Shorting through the bamboo shoots we collected that afternoon.
I tried to avoid toilets like this. I much prefer looking at a distance.
I did the most walking in Nanchang.
Although I did manage to get photos without people in them, it’s always a challenge. There are in fact always many people. Everywhere.
Walked into Walmart. Even though it’s in a different country, you know it’s Walmart.
I walked almost two hours to get here as I had almost a full day to myself. I decided to just look at it from the outside as I thought I would be visiting other pavilions. Now I wish I had just paid to go inside.
China always seems to be constructing things.
I stumbled across a bunch of school children playing at recess.
Nanchang has a Beverly Hills.
I guess I did see blue sky when I was in China.
The skyscrapers are a light show.
Autumn Square. Free water show every night. Similar to Bellagio in Las Vegas. Only it’s set to Chinese music and a bit more colorful.