Sanya Lama Temple International Youth Hostel
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... Coconut Even Snakes,Fishes Other Animals Were Available(Packed Food).
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From The Market We Headed Towards The Sanya Beach,while Traveling I Saw Beautiful Buildings And Its Amazing How They Transformed From A Village Into City In 10 Years.
Near The Beach Was A Shopping Center.Where Most Of The Shops Had ...
... home has some surprises in store) nor any regrets about what we did or did not see or do. I have a dream that one day we will have an open ended holiday where we can move on when we are ready and decided what to do next on a day to day basis, to some extent that is what we have done on the last few trips to Africa but there is always the end date when the hire vehicle is due back and the plane home is booked and of course work awaiting us in the UK. This holiday was more organised ...
... were hoping to find somewhere which sold cans of beer and milk. We did find two restaurants, one Chinese the other Russian which confirms what we were told about the Russians from Siberian coming here although almost all the guests are Chinese. One of the many preconceptions we had about China (most of which of course were wrong) is that there would be lots of foreign tourists i.e. Europeans and Americans, apart from the museum in Shanghai the vast ...
... is enormous. Last night we spotted a book by two Canadians (James Hawkins and Sheila Swanson) called Slow Train to China, they did the same journey as us last year and have turned it into book, a bit strange really, it is hardly adventurous travel, getting on and off scheduled trains and sleeping in nice civilised hotels. They even, like us, booked everything in advance so the risks were minimal. On the other hand perhaps we should do a book, we do have a lot of pictures, so far ...
... a transport available which you already payed for, its a really peaceful hike. We seriously get asked on our way by three girls why we are actually walking up!
One way its about 2 km / 2 hours and the path is mostly natural stone blocks. Easy to walk and yet somehow still "natural". There is finally no more noise (not a single speaker playing music, wohoo!), birds singing, you pass several stone- and one bigger hanging bridge and ...