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From the window of the train Guiyang-Kaili

October 2011

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» Qianlingshan Park (33)
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» Guiyang at night (16)
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In fact, the next city on the list, about which is the story, is Anshun. But I was going there in a car with a sitting place at the aisle, and back – in a day coach with no place in the dark time of the day, so there are no photos from the train window.

I drove up to Kaili by the K540 train, which follows the route of Guiyang-Hangzhou. The distance from Guiyang to Kaili is 188 km, the train covers it for 2.5 hours. Again I'm going in the compartment to take pictures peacefully. I was lucky, no fellow travelers.

By 2014, in this part of Guizhou there will also be a new high-speed railway that will link the cities Changsha and Kunming, capitals of neighboring provinces, Hunan and Yunnan.

While the train slowly rolled over the suburbs of Guiyang, a Chinese man of about 45 years old with a cell phone cautiously looked into the door of my compartment, and as soon as I turned to see who it was, he took a picture of me without asking, and instantly disappeared. This is not surprising. For the first 10 days of the journey, being in constant motion, I almost did not see foreign tourists.



















































































  Travel to the Southwest China:    
» Preparation   » Route of my trip
» Chongqing
» Zunyi
» Guiyang
» Anshun
» Kaili
» Zhenyuan
» Huaihua
» Fenghuang
» Tongren

Guiyang - subsections:
» Guiyang (3)
» Jiaxiu Tower (23)
» Qianlingshan Park (33)
» Qingyan Old Town (36)
» Non-tourist Qingyan (15)
» Streets of Guiyang (21)
» Guiyang at night (16)
» Various (19)
» Railway station (19)
» Homytel Hotel (15)
» Train Guiyang-Kaili (40)


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