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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... 2 lane roads, but that
didn’t stop our driver from passing massive semis on the right hand side.
Clutching for dear life in the back of the car with no seatbelts, Matt and I
kept our eyes shut for the vast majority of the ride. We are convinced that the
driving test here is just laying down on the car horn to make sure you have the
upper arm strength to do so quickly, continuously, and quite often for no
reason what so ever.
... built by the rich Chinese from the mainland and some overseas Chinese who returned to their homeland. The houses are mixture of Portuguese, French and Southeast Asian style. These streets used to be divided into areas for selling Chinese and western medicine, a street for silk and tailor made clothes, one for the fresh fish and meat, another for incense, candles, ...
... my room was filled with bright sunshine and my phone told me it was only nine so I rolled over and slept until almost midday.
That gave me the entire afternoon free to do as I please.
I decided on a beach walk and headed down to the river and boarded Bus No: 37 which took me almost half an hour west to the Holiday Beach area and it was ...
... the largest and most completely preserved historical Portuguese area in China.
Now For A Bit Of Haikou History
Haikou originally served as the port for Qiongshan, the ancient administrative capital of Hainan Island, located five kilometers inland and was once part of Guangdong ...
... Area. Finally in 1988, Hainan Island officially became a province, the youngest and smallest province of China in Land and the biggest in ocean area with Haikou established as the capital. At the same time, Hainan Island became a special economic zone. Free market economies quickly took root and Hong Kong investment began pouring in. Since then, the ...