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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 ...
... 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 ...
To return to a place that has strong good memories is always exciting but also fraught with uncertainty.We did expect change but not to the extent that we saw in Guiyang
We caught a taxi into the city of Guiyang and asked to be dropped at Guiyang medical college where as most of you know we lived and worked for two years.
We have brought with some photos from that time in '95/'96The ...
... 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 ...