Conifer Garden Hotel Haikou
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... Walking inside the huge building, we passed all sorts of shops, a miniture car shop with mini range rovers and sports cars for kids to zoom around in. The second floor was dedicated to child education, art classes were taking place and private schools had offices here. Between shops private piano lessons were going on in small, sound proof glsss cabins! The rest of the shopping centre had wedding banquet halls and we passed a placenta doctor? Dad is still scratching his ...
... of the “Baristas” to get me a code…”No, so sorry sir, cannot help (insert Chinese accent).” I wandered around more looking for something good. Finally I gave up and hit the streets.
I wandered and wandered, got thirsty, grabbed 2 cans of beer from a street vendor for less than $1 CDN. First good deal! I wandered more, and got deeper into local Beijing. It was not much of a big deal. Not many “Round eyes” around but pretty much ...
Sanya - Haikou - Behai
Its the first part of the none flight travel to Vietnam.
As I tried to find out how to get to Vietnam without flying and I couldn't get any good infos, I will describe our experience here for others.
First of all until today there is NO FERRY FROM HAINAN TO VIETNAM !!! The only direct way by boat is to book a place on a cruise ship which is about 300 US$ ...
On our final day of our trip, Belinda woke us early in the morning to tell us the prediction for the day was rain, canceling our trip to the beach. We got to sleep later. It also gave me time to work on my pictures and blog.
After breakfast Joan and Belinda went shopping and Joan came back with a new hat and gifts for Connor and Conner's sister. (Later in the day, Belinda asked us to give the
baby an English name so we suggested Maggie and they liked ...
... for tea. Her name is Jane and she was a college roommate of Belinda's. They hadn't seen each other for five years. Jane brought us a specialty dish of the area made with coconut milk and we drank Kung Fu tea, which is named for the tea service set you drink out of. The tea was Guan Yin tea, which is the name of the Buddha Goddess we visited yesterday. Next destination, LiuGao High School, Liuzhou. We made it. Gene and I are in our apartment. I need a nap and will write again ...