Sanya Lama Temple International Youth Hostel
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Stayed in: CAPTAINS HOUSE DOWNTOWN
Dbl. Bedroom 160RMB (2 people)
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Good price / value ratio, allright for backpakers if you dont look for a party hostel and just a 10 min walk from the beach. We had a double bed room with own shower and WC, aircon and wifi.
Its in a good location, close to the bus station, lots of busy food shops and little market streets around. Hence its not the ...
... amazing balancing stunts. After that there were two performers that swung around on a ladder attached to a rope. They did a lot of balancing things about 30' up in the air.
My favorite act of the evening was the magic act. The climax to the performance involved putting a women dressed up like cat into a box. A curtain was waved over the box and when they opened it up there was a live tiger in there. WOW!
... on a man made island in the South China Sea. The Goddess is 108 meters tall and is three sided. It is really impressive looking. As the story goes, if you experience 108 hardships in your life, you will become a Buddha in your afterlife. The gong sounds 108 times a day. Driving up to the statue were many, many vendors selling incense along the way. Worshippers buy incense to burn before the Buddha. On our way to view the Buddha, ...
... China. Belinda, as I mentioned, is from Hainan. So she says whenever she meets someone they ask her if she is Li. She happens to be Han, which is the majority group in China.
The part of the village the Li are living in is off limits to the tourists. The part we went through shows you how they live and play. They, of course, make a lot of money off of tourists. They also weave, do wood carvings, and make ceramics.
We got to see ...
... by other people, unless you grew up in the area. Belinda's stepmother, we learned Belinda's mother passed away a few years ago, speaks only the dialect of Hainan. Louis, Belinda's husband, does not know the dialect, so he cannot understand his step mother-in-law. Belinda's father was a primary school teacher in Hainan and this is the first time he has been out of his city. This must be an exciting trip for him and his wife.