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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... br> takeoff to landing. Once departing the plane it was quite apparent why this
island is called the eastern Hawaii. The entire airport was open aired and
there were coconut trees as far as the eye could see. We pushed past the
hounding unlicensed cabbies trying to lure us into their cars with promises of
good prices to the queue for a proper taxi. Our journey would only be about
2miles and we had read that cab drivers here were not as friendly or honest ...
Now For a Bit of Haikou History
Located at the North of Hainan is the islands capital, Haikou city and with an estimated population of one million eight hundred thousand it is easily the largest city on the island. Named ‘Haikoupu’ in ancient times, during the Ming Dynasty, it was fortified as ‘Haikousuo’.
... another big piece of chicken fat and after catching nothing but chicken fat the next two casts I called over the two waitresses and asked them to have a try.
Don’t get me wrong, I DO know that Wenchang Chicken is a fatty chicken.
But there is always a lot of meat so this was absolutely ridiculous!
On the table before us we had ...
... a seat and filled up on a beer and a bowl of Japanese seafood udon noodles and far too many street snacks on the way home.
Sotto Portico Street
The Haikou Historical Portuguese/Weatern and Cultural Streets are mainly distributed in Longhua and Meilan Districts along Zhongshan ...
... condemned as the Gates of Hell. Perhaps the truth lies somewhere in between. Originally considered by the Chinese to be the place where the civilized world officially ended and fit only to send convicts, the Hainan of today is conversely overrun with Chinese tourist and espoused by many as China’s idyllic island paradise.
Human activities ...