Travel Blogs from Sanya
... out, he threw the 40 yuan at the cabbie and we ran into the train station, with
him shouting after us. We refuse to be scammed!
The train journey back was uneventful, and
the rain spoilt the beautiful scenery we had enjoyed on our way to Sanya. When
we returned to our room, housekeeping had taken all of our clothes we had left
scattered all over the room, and folded them into nice piles and placed them at
the bottom of our bed. ...
... Hotel (she wasn’t that psyic, we had Eadry umbrellas). She was the woman
we had spoke to on the phone from customer services the day prior about our air
conditioning problem. Amanda was shopping with her nephew and offered to have
the car service from the hotel pick us up and bring us back! So thankful for
not having to change buses, and trudge through the rain we celebrated with
icecreams from the KFC in the center. Amanda’s nephew ...
... br> friendly. One young man in particular saw us every evening after dinner and
spoke to us at length about Hainan Island and his hopes of getting to Hong Kong
and perhaps even America. He insisted on getting a Hainan girl for a girlfriend
though, and hoped to travel with her to Hong Kong and America. He helped us
with Chinese phrases and we helped him with English.
Jim and I were also stopped in the lobby to have ...
... in an alley practically made us incompatible. I wasn't even prepared for a quick-witted retort when Helen talked to a Chinese person and then turned to me and said, "Ok, breakfast is this way," while walking down an alley. Uhhhh...
Helen quite happily ordered some kind of wonton soup while I stuck to something I could recognize and appreciate--bread. About half-way through our breakfast, I recognized an incessant meowing. I turned to find ...
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The album was ‘The Cosmic Game’