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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 ...
... the town remains but the houses have been converted into shop fronts and we wove our way through a crowd as thick as that emerging from the MCG after a drawn Essendon Collingwood match.
It was a bit much really.
Our visit to Hongfu lake surprised us as we expected heaps of people to be there on Sunday. Not so.
Zhang Nan hired a speed boat and was very excited as the driver pushed the throttle and the ...
... we noticed was that the gates have changed.
The mail centre was no longer there but what was still there and strongly present were the beautiful plain trees that lined the entrance walkway.
The library was still in place but not the main office. It had been pulled down and replaced.
Through a bit of luck we met up with one of Sam's post grad students. He has been in Montreal ...
... whereas this is a gleaming, impossibly clean airport. During our time in Guiyang in 95/96 the blasting for the new airport was constant.
Guiyang, the poorest province in China, has obviously changed.
My post graduate student from 1995-95, Zhang Nan met us with one of her cousins who drove us around Guiyang via new multi- lane freeway to a new housing complex where we were met by Jack, another cousin, who took us to his ...
The other week 7 of us interns decided to make a trip to the city for the day. We hopped on a bus for 2 hours to arrive at Guiyang. After drinking the most amazing Oreo flavored milk tea and getting severely lost on the confusing public transportation system, we made it to Qian Ling Mountain Park, also known as "Monkey Park". In the midst of this giant bustling city was a huge land reserve filled with gorgeous nature scenery. Right ...