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Day 2- We Arrived To Sanya,China. Sanya Was A Small Town 10 Years From Now.But Now Its One Of A Great Tourism Place Of China.Nice Work Done By The Government And People Of China.
After Immigration We Went To Beach.On The Beach.We Enjoyed Out There.
From The Beach We Went To The Supermarket,Different Type Of Sweets,Drinks Were Available ...
... the affluent eastern side of China, perhaps things are very different in the west where the population density is much lower so the following may only apply to the bigger cities, however the security on the metro and for the sights in Beijing was a real pain and a joke. They insisted on scanning rucksacks and suitcases but shopping bags are ignored. My camera or camera batteries seem to set off the walk-though scanners but no one took the slightest notice. Anyone wanting to blow up ...
... from the bad idea of having an electrical connection to the toilet seat what happens if the water gets too hot, or cold? The shock could kill someone and whilst I won't go into details it did not do as good a job as two sheets of loo paper. So that's quite enough of toilet talk - although we are only 500 miles further south than Guilin, our last location, the climate is much warmer and more humid. It feels just like the Caribbean although the sand ...
Our last day in the country, we very much enjoyed our time in Yangshuo, one area we would like to come back to. There is nothing wrong with Beijing, Shanghai and Xian but once you have seen the sights then there is less reason to go back. The area we have been in (pointy mountains, villages, slow way of life) would be worth spending a lot longer in. On the way to the airport we visited some limestone caves, very large and spectacularly lit, but nothing very special, and then our ...
... several big boulders along a small brook. Really a nice little hike.
We did it in flipflops though I recommend to take trainers if you want to avoid complaints of your wife about sore foot soles from the *********e for the whole day.
To take the hike turn left before the orchid valley, there are good visible signs. Dont forget the water, for a change there is not a single shop until the peak!