Sanya Fourseasons Home
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- Swimming pool
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... to date. You can purchase a range of coffee based products such as charcoal roasted coffee, instant coffee, ground coffee and instant coffee with sugar and milk powder already added are just a few of the delicious array of options. Aside from taking some coffee home for a taste of Sanya when you go back to your lifestyle, you can enjoy a delicious selection of coffee based products all over the city. The many coffee shops in the area come highly recommended by ...
... along this river. I always love seeing it - it gives me a sense of awe; a very different sense of awe from the one you get from standing on top of a mountain, or seeing some amazing wildlife, or trekking through beautiful scenery, and a sense of awe that I don't think I'd ever experienced before I'd been to China. China is constantly building, making and growing - always working - and it's kind of hard to understand the extent of this without seeing it for yourself.
... at 7am to be greeted by 30 degree heat between the plane and the terminal building. Our bags collected we found the taxi rank and made our way to the hostel. Luckily we weren't any later arriving as the owner was about to go to the dentist! He quickly checked us in and told us a bit about where the beaches were before he left as then we were free to explore. Our first challenge turned out to be getting some of the many animals out of our room - two cats and a dog which were ...
... of the big highlights being a chance to view the tunnels used by the Vietcong during the Vietnam war. As we got settled into our seats on the bus our tour guide came on the microphone and began to explain our itinerary which basically consisted of an hour and a half bus ride to the tunnels, lunch and then an hour and a half bus ride back. Along the way we would be able to see (depending on which side of the bus we were on) the various other things listed in our program. Ok so ...
En route to Phu My the nearest port to Ho ChI Min (Saigon) city. Normal lazy mix of eating sun bathing and sleeping. Amazing and interesting interview with the Captain who must have been a junior officer aboard the Countess when we travelled years ago! Formal gala night tonight with ...