We went to EXPO late because I wanted to see the site with all the lights on. We entered a giant flying saucer supposedly containing a concert hall. Hiking in a long queue up and down shopping arcades, restaurants, cinemas and fun-lands we finally emerged at the rim of the saucer and could enjoy the great view of giant structures with ever-changing lights. At the river-bank a magnificent fire-and-water display drew enormous crowds. We jogged from North Korea and Iran to the Caribbean through numerous national pavilions  and saw only tourist pictures, souvenirs and endless TV-loops. Yet again we walked till we had no legs left pushed forward by our curiosity.


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