We are often told about what other countries eat. Here we have unequivocal proof that they really eat scorpions, tarantulas (with hair and all), centipedes and various disgusting insects. I am a glutton and I have no fear or aversion to food from anywhere I've been I will say that even though I was offered to try some I always declined. Many say they are good, like crisps, others think they are delicious. Very well, I do not like snails which are eaten in both Spain and France, so this along with grilled voles which I saw eaten in Laos was one of the most disgusting things I have ever seen in a human mouth. Enjoy!
The Chinese call this city Na Chang and the Europeans call it Nanchang, don't get the name wrong when you are there! The city surprised me with a super-early morning market where I spent a great day. Yet, despite the proximity to the east, where many tourists often visit, the villagers were surprised to see me and my camera. However, unlike in other places I have visited, here the people were really nice and cheerful and, due to the holiday, everyone was in high spirits. I spent three days resting here after a train journey of a thousand miles and one week of cycling across the regions of Guangxi and Guizhou and the Yangzi basin. I have no pictures of the last few days since I broke my camera going over a bump in the road on my bike.