Hainan Airlines Business Hotel
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... ona had to speak to a girl on the phone who explained what he was doing, strange....out of nerves we presume he upgrades us to an executive suite! Talk about fancy! Running around the coridors with excitement we finally said goodnight, the boys took advantage of the lush big bath, while us girlies chose our delectably comfy beds and sleep! Facebook, instagram, Google, everything is blocked here...that'll take some getting used to. Until tomorrow Clíona, Miriam, Des & Cian ...
... The market opened at 10, then it was non-stop (insert Chinese accents) “You want shirts, you want ties, you want shoes, you come to my shop, buy my stuff”…on and on and on. I found that if I just ignored them and kept moving then it was less annoying. If I found something that I wanted, or I paused for a second, they were on me. I am glad that Bill was there. He can talk a Chinaman out of his favourite chopsticks. I can bargain fairly well, but part of me ...
... having planned enough time for trips to the islands center.
2. FERRY HAIKOU - BEHAI
It takes about 30 min by taxi from the train station to the ferry docs. To buy a ticket for the overnight ferry can get a bit difficult without speaking Chinese but thats (the first) part of the adventure I would say. Regardless what you find on the Internet there are 2 or 3 Ferry leaving ...
... three occasions Lewis came within about an inch of hitting a car or a pole. As
far as I could tell (and I can’t tell very well) I never heard him curse one
time. It was quite a driving performance.
When we got to the pier, it had turned out to be a beautiful day. To get to the restaurant we had to get a ride in a small dinghy. We ate at an open-air restaurant looking out on the bay.
Lewis ordered about every seafood dish you could think of. ...
... new word in Chinese today, 'Feng Le', which means 'Crazy'. This is the word he uses to describe the driving in Sanya, Hainan. On the way to Haikou, we were stopped at an intersection for a red light. There was a street cleaner in the center of the road who stepped in front of the stopped cars to sweep the street on our side. The motor scooters to the right of us were all going through the red light, crossing in front of us, to turn left. I asked Belinda if the scooters don't have ...