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... of the Chinese we had met on
our travels, but it suited us. It was not overdeveloped and sterile
so like so many beaches. It felt relaxed, and was a great way to end
our time in China.
One friend has commented that it is good to know that China is not
all concrete jungle and grime.
No it is not all concrete. Yes, dusty but not to being a problem. But any city with as much ...
... and unique history and culture, and rich ethnic customs. The blue see, green mountain, soft sand, and giant reefs all blend into one harmonious whole, just like a colorful painted screen. Coconut palms, waves, sails, seagulls and clouds all together form a spectacular scenery of southland.
The words "the ends of the earth" (Tianyahaijiao in Chinese), were used to express the feeling of a stranger in a strange land. ...
As a reward for enduring more tours yesterday, hair-raising driving necessitating a few hands-over-eyes (this, from a London cyclist no less!) today was a day spent at the hotel's private beach. A great opportunity to test out my brother's loaned Kindle for book ...
We joined a tour group from HK to take a 4 day trip to Hainan island. Hainan is a spa resort although sadly with all the land development, much of the natural springs seem to have disappeared. Hainan has 2 airports, with SanYa on the west side of the sand located closest to the scenic spots. SanYa airport was hugely attractive - all teak wood high beams and wide benches, with plants and general tropical but airy feel. On arrival though - my old ...
... not like the thought of having to leave Hainan to return to Wuhan, we had both had an amazing time and were very upset. I managed to get burnt on the last day, so we were both returning to WuHan looking like tomatoes!
However, we were both happy at the thought of already having booked our tickets so it was a nice easy ride home from here.
6pm on Friday evening we boarded the sleeper bus back to Guangzhou after having an amazing week in Hainan. ...