These monkeys were everywhere around Nanning. They had just hosted the Chinese rhythmic gymnastics competition and the gymnastics monkeys were outside all the parks. This is the entrance to the park.
Hannah was sound asleep for this part. The tulips were gorgeous! In January! As far as the eye could see and so many colors!
This was a favorite tulip. Reminded me of a candy cane.
The fish! So many fish!!!
Tons of scenic areas like this in the park. It was so big you had to take a "tram" to various parts of it!
Checking out the fish!
She accepted fish food out of Chris' hand! Major victory!
An early spontaneous smile. We honestly didn't see a lot of smiles during China. Not like we see them now.
This tower...it is some sort of Buddhist temple. Chris climbed it. All of it. To the top. I made it three stories or so before my added 20lb load strapped in the ergo slowed me down and made me stop. No way!
Chris showing off his mad chopstick skills....
This was our last full day in Nanning. Friday morning we headed to the Nanning airport where we would take a short flight to Guangzhou for the remainder of our stay. I hate to say it, but we were ready to move on and get to Guangzhou where we would meet up with other adoptive families. We were ready to share our experience with others who understood fully what we were going through.