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Travel Blogs from Guiyang
- Dont go to Guiyang, especially if it's raining.
- 24million Chinese and 2 English Foreigners! Now we know what it feels like to be stared at every day.
- Although sometimes dodgy, the Chinese can also serve the freshest food on markets (check out the pictures at the bottom).
- After at least 5 experiences on long drops/ squat toilets I still dont understand why the chinese prefer this ...
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 ...
... Didi and granddaughter Mengya drove us to a historic town Qingyan. In our previous time in Guiyang we visited this former Ming-era military outpost a couple of times. Qingyan dates back to 1378 and was once a traffic between southwest provinces.
In 1995 the town with its winding, smooth stone-flagged streets and partially restored city walls was a quiet haven for us to wander imagining what life would have been like.
... don't cross the streets anymore it is all underground walkways (some with shops)
When we reached the centre of town and looked back up the street as we had done in the past the difference was palpable as you can see in the pics
A play with some tops in the park concluded a memory laden wander. Sam thinks that I spin a mean top, especially when I lashed it with the rope.
... motorbike. We couldn't help thinking that if we returned to any of our cities after 20 years what changes would we notice. Certainly not the magnitude of this. When we asked about how it is financed we were told that the government is putting money into these really poor cities.
There are so many cars that private cars are only allowed certain days of access according to their number plate.