Bo'ao Longwan International Hotel

Address: No.218 Jinhai Road, Jiaji Town, Qionghai, Hainan, 571400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.218 Jinhai Road, Jiaji Town, Qionghai.
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        Travel Blogs from Qionghai

        Banana muffines in Bo'ao

        A travel blog entry by rachel_john on Jul 02, 2011

        24 photos

        ... food.

        Catherine is really welcoming. She drives us around on an orientation of the town and she introduces us to her favourite restaurants. The main beach is a few minutes walk from her hostel and it is quiet with warm sea waters. Despite the huge number of monstrous cranes building new hotels along the beach front, it's still a quiet and sleepy place. Using her network of hotel contacts and ...

        Tomb Sweeping holiday and much more

        A travel blog entry by sharon_suzhou on Apr 15, 2011

        2 comments, 105 photos

        ... kindergarten at the local school. I also found out that Rechard, Elizabeth’s husband who a journalist, was on an assignment and wouldn’t be back for a few days. It was a girl’s weekend for them.

        After breakfast the three of us took a quick tour around the town. Elizabeth knew the first thing I wanted to see was the ocean but on the way there we stopped at the Buddhist temple around the corner from her house. The thing that was ...

        Dongjiao Coconut planation- & Hainan

        A travel blog entry by brad.leah on Oct 04, 2009

        14 photos

        ... everyone was eating at. We floated around for ages trying to get someones attention, obviously we stood a while as the chinese love to ignore you. We started to feel more and more awkward, which takes alot in china, our awkwardness-o-meter has gone up 500%. Except for the young crowd of Chinese boys and girls who soon started to gather around us, trying to help us order some food. It wasnt long until we were sat at there table with 12 pairs of Chinese youngsters staring at ...

        On the road....finally

        A travel blog entry by crusty on Feb 06, 2007

        4 photos

        ... You see he's been to Australia a few times, so we often speak of the things he's seen. We get to the topic of women, a common topic among chinese/foreigner relations. The usual question comes up "Do you think Chinese women are beautiful?" "Would you want to marry one?" Well, I would like to answer a resounding "**** YEAH!" to the first, but answer much more politely. To which the principal stands up, sticks out his ****, places his hands wide ...

        Jesus Crust - Soapy star!

        A travel blog entry by crusty on Jan 22, 2007

        ... any of the moves. It was definately an interesting day, to put it mildly. Thinking I would only have 1 or 2 lines was a big mistake. 'Twas a big day indeed. A difficult day. Like I said, I had to learn many lines in Chinese. The English lines often didn't make any sense. "Last scene" ended up being about 4 or 5 scenes. When I thought we were finished, the script would be thrust in my ...