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... should only take about 30 minutes and then we would be in the area known as
MingJu Square. We wanted to do some light shopping and get snacks, as the
resort only had a limited number of over priced soft drinks on offer.
30 minutes came and went without us seeing
much of anything. The bus driver at a red light handed us a small piece of
paper, with Chinese symbols along with almost all the money we had given him,
before running back to ...
... until the 25th.
There were no bus tickets, no train tickets and no plane tickets available anywhere!
In the end I said I will take any flight ticket that takes me off Hainan Island and after waiting for over three hours a ticket to Wuhan City became available as Woo Hoo, tomorrow somebody didn’t want to fly north and I do so I ...
... the rubber trees and banyans along the coast, strolling about freely among abundant food sources of banyan seeds and worms. The nutritious food, glorious sunshine and kind climate all contribute to the fine taste of Wenchang Chicken. They are small fowl, but very fleshy with thin skin.
The traditional way to cook Wenchang Chicken in Hainan is baizhan ...
... frustrated like they were in a huge restaurant but there was only five or so small tables. After Judy left I had the option of staying in my huge plush hotel in the dry armpit of town for the same price as a small hotel 'in town’, so this morning I packed and grabbed a Motorbike Guy (local taxi) and ...
... 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 ...