Travel Blogs from Guiyang
... the top of our building. It went on for half hour and we can only assume the niose came from the top of our building. Luckily we got back to sleep. Anyway waking up meant we had survived the night so we booked for our last night in Guiyang.
It was another **** day weather wise so only one thing for it. Shopping! After miles of walking, a purchased a pair of jeans and a strong cocktail later, we headed back to our room with a noodle pot and bottle of red wine. Glug glug glug!
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 ...
... around me and said to everyone, "I am so happy I want to cry."
We spent Monday with Zhang YiFei, our translator in 1995-96.
I wanted a coffee and we read about Highland Coffee restaurant, run by an American, which YiFei had previously visited, so she took us there and over double shot lattes and cheesecake we relaxed and talked for a couple of hours.
After Pat and I watched a man flying kites in the ...
... 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 ...