Only a few more articles before the new format of the blog takes hold, and I’m really excited to make the move onto more interactive stuff, to be honest.
Changsha, China is the perfect example of why I needed this change. About 5 years ago, when I started this blog, I could have written a story about how Changsha surprised me, inspired me, and even got me a little bit more excited than an average city of 7 million people should. However, these days it seems to take a lot for my mind to feel so inspired it wants to write 500-1000 words on a city I only visited for a couple days.
Thus, I’ll instead leave you with a couple photos, because Changsha really is cool, and I think more people should see it.
Most travellers simply skip through town heading to places like Zhangjiajie or Guilin. However, when I researched images on Google and found a giant statue of Mao Zedong’s head, I knew I had to schedule a couple nights in to go see it.
And rather than blab on about the city, I’m going to leave some words with you in the captions of the various photos, all of which I took on the massive Orange Isle Park, which is phenomenal in itself. Enjoy!