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Travel Blogs from Guiyang
Our day in the mountain park was too exciting to only upload 5 pictures! Here are some more for you all to check out. Hope you are have a fabulous summer and we will see you guys so soon :)
Emm and Gabs ...
... across the lake to the first of four islands we visited.
I said that if she liked boats bouncing over the water the next time they visit Australia I'll organise for captain Alan Clifford to take she and Claus on to Port Phillip bay.
I added that he is a good helmsman in the best Chairman Mao tradition.
Our trip involved snakes, dangling a python for a photo op, and artificial Dong, Boyi and Miao ...
... and continued on.
We will try to get back there before we leave. After eating in a restaurant further down the street we made our way to the Main Street of Guiyang and walked the mile.
No longer is there the little rolla-door shops. It is all clean. The street trees are fantastic and pollution seems to be reduced, probably because of the removal of coal and replacing with gas.
... out of the 1930's.
The lines to the flight kept changing and we kept moving with no idea whether it was correct or not.
Eventually the gate opened, the plane was sitting on the tarmac and everyone began running.
I turned to Pat and said, "You 'd think they had never been on a plane before. You just walk up and take your allocated seat."
As you probably can guess I was the dopey person because it was first in best seats ...
... Just as Emma mumbled that she wanted to see the infamous monkeys, I screamed as I witnessed around thirty of them come ripping through the trees and down the stairs... their timing was scarily coincidental! In a matter of a seconds we were surrounded by giant wild monkeys that swung from tree to tree over head and ran all around us on the ground right by our legs. They stole food from peoples hands and robbed tourists of ...