Our trip to China was in many respects a special one. Not only because it was the first time we visited China, we had a wedding there or were part of so many special moments, but also because we visited an old abandoned high school one sunny afternoon.
While we were driving from the train station to the hotel we were staying at for the next couple of days, Jess and Felix asked about my hobby of visiting abandoned buildings. In the area of Yingtan there are supposed to be several good places to go urbexing for an afternoon. Think about old factories, apartment buildings or the old school where Jess was a student. So cool!
The next several days the option of visiting one of those abandoned buildings kept popping up. And after a lunch filled with dumplings, we took the car and visited Jess’ old school.
The most special abandoned trips are the locations where you can still see what they were used for. This school was one of the best locations I ever visited. The lunch tables, small desks and even some notebooks were still laying around. I had to pinch myself several times, I was réally walking around here. In China. In a school. Wauw wauw!
Our China-trip equaled learning new things, a new culture, new habits and a lot of special people. Walking around an old school, where children run around and ate in the canteen, where they slept in bunk beds and played table tennis, was so amazing.
I’ve been planning to be writing about China for a long time now. Shanghai, Yingtan, the food, things you definitely need to do and so forth.. I’ve still so many ideas for blogposts but I really had to share this one with you first. These pictures are so dear to me, it was such a special afternoon.