Jinpin Hotel Guiyang
Travel Blogs from Guiyang
... As prompt as always we were on our way at 7:05pm and the train was fairly quiet with the Chinese commuters as our company. I didn't sleep as well as I thought I would due to feeling a little hotter than last time. We were also woke up by the Chinese loudly talking at stupid o'clock. Before the morning lights even came on! The trains also appear to crash, or feel like they are crashing throughout the night. When this first happens it shocks you but after it happens every hour you get used ...
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 students would take us shopping and then demonstrate home cooking for Pat.
And they all passed the Official National English exam with good results.
It was great seeing Charlie and Wayne again. Charlie organised for Yvonne another of my students to ring me from Beijing. Yvonne was a great cook and all of the students would follow her instructions. She had a wonderful calm aura about her.
Charlie was ...
... 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.
... swooped in and out of lanes to deliver us a terminal 2 ahead of time and in a relaxed frame of mind. Fifty minutes driving for 90Yuan (Y) or about $15.
Pat remarked how much things have changed when she handed her passport over to the airline worker and immediately received our boarding passes. All done online from our hotel bedroom in Wuhan.
We hadn't seen a western person since we left the cruise ship four days ago.We ...