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Travel Blogs from Guiyang
... We can only work it out to be the train slowing quickly and the carriages knocking against each other.
We arrived in Guiyang to grey skies, rain and another big city (we hoped we had left this behind in Chengdu) albeit much smaller than the other places we have visitied so far. For anyone wanting to travel China, its worth noting that any arrival train station will leave you ending up in a city so don't expect the peaceful countryside on arrival anywhere.
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 ...
... western toilet.
After we left they changed the place to a dormitory for pos-graduate girl students, replacing all of the baths and toilets with squat toilets and a shower.
In our bedroom three girls share two double bunks and a table and cook and eat and sleep and study in this tiny space. And there is no heating in this concrete box.
Australian students have it so hard!
Soon we leave China. Again!
... 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 ...
... to get an OK coffee in the airport and link to free wifi.
The plane was a brand new unit and we left three minutes before time.
1995 experience vignette
We remembered one previous trip in 1995 from Hankou.
We had our tickets and again were the only westerners. No signs in English.
I visited the toilet but it was so bad I returned without using it.
The old concrete building looked and felt ...