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Travel Blogs from Guiyang
... be desired. Take a look at the pictures! Grim! The bathroom was brand new, although the plasterer had left all the grout smeared all over the walls. What a mess!
To keep ourselves occupied for the day we got the bus to Qinling Mountain Park. It was refreshing to get away from the city and the noisy main streets. On the way down we came across a monkey munching away. It was funny because we sat right next to him and he was non plussed whilst scoffing his face. Highlight of the ...
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 ...
... for the old men and their birds in cages and mahjong on the footpath has been built over with a building on top.
We were so surprised to wander up our street to find the old red building still there as well as our building!!
The only thing that appears to have changed is the window frames!
I was keen to find out about the sour noodles that we always ate, so we made our way to the ...
... 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 ...