Guizhou Park Hotel
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 ...
... 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.
... past few years and is back preparing some papers here.
He took us to the office of foreign affairs where we were able to make contact with a few of our past colleagues.
We will be meeting up for dinner with some of the post grad students who are able to be there (others are spread near and far across the globe and country- all with significant positions in each of their fields.)
We will ...
... ended up in the very back seats beside the engines.
The plane was a second hand (felt like fifth hand) Russian job, staffed by big a Russian stewardess and as we shook during take-off the overhead compartments rattled violently, with a piece falling off.
What a difference.
Back to the present
We landed on time in Guiyang's brand new airport - the second new airport since 1996. The old one was like a small ...