Grand Soluxe Hotel and Resort Sanya
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Day 2- We Arrived To Sanya,China. Sanya Was A Small Town 10 Years From Now.But Now Its One Of A Great Tourism Place Of China.Nice Work Done By The Government And People Of China.
After Immigration We Went To Beach.On The Beach.We Enjoyed Out There.
From The Beach We Went To The Supermarket,Different Type Of Sweets,Drinks Were Available ...
... I have it without tomatoes?" is impossibly complicated even in good hotels. We almost always order different dishes so that between us we can sort something out. I don't think we ever had serious problems, when buying street food one or two items were horrid but we bought them to find out what they were like and found out! Neither of us are fans of shellfish so this restricted our choices in some places but other than that we had some very nice meals. Drink - wine is very expensive ...
... beach is much finer, it would be hopeless for cricket. At a guess the hotel has about 500 rooms, at breakfast there were twenty tables taken so I think we can safely say this is the low season. We took a walk along the beach yesterday morning to a marina, still in construction stages, a little distance away where there are about 50 shops all but two of which were temporarily closed or being refurbished. The two that were open sold jet-ski's and power ...
... is enormous. Last night we spotted a book by two Canadians (James Hawkins and Sheila Swanson) called Slow Train to China, they did the same journey as us last year and have turned it into book, a bit strange really, it is hardly adventurous travel, getting on and off scheduled trains and sleeping in nice civilised hotels. They even, like us, booked everything in advance so the risks were minimal. On the other hand perhaps we should do a book, we do have a lot of pictures, so far ...
... a transport available which you already payed for, its a really peaceful hike. We seriously get asked on our way by three girls why we are actually walking up!
One way its about 2 km / 2 hours and the path is mostly natural stone blocks. Easy to walk and yet somehow still "natural". There is finally no more noise (not a single speaker playing music, wohoo!), birds singing, you pass several stone- and one bigger hanging bridge and ...