After taking our last Cuban guest to Shanghai Airport, I headed to the south bus terminal of Shanghai to buy tickets for Jiaxing. Then after about an hour and a half, I arrived at Jiaxing. Ate my lunch in a flash, then bought a ticket for Wuzhen（乌镇）. The place wasn't so far from Jiaxing but it took the bus about an hour to arrive at the bus terminal of Wuzhen, had many stops along the way and the driver wasn't as furious as those I've seen in Fujian.
The weather wasn't so cooperative while I was there but I think I managed to get some few keepers(for me). This town is very attractive, albeit too much touristy. The local tourists were just too much, the town doesn't look authentic with them. It felt more like a park than anything else. There were hundreds of them, scattered in the streets, maybe even thousands. Still, it's good for photos. There are some places where you could learn bits about the history of the place like the Paste making factory, Foundry, Mao Dun's former residence and many others. They provide information in English but it's much better if you can read and understand Chinese.
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