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... and colleague, gerry organised a taxi to collect us and bring us to Shenzen airport, really handy. Changping town was only a short stop over before our flight to Hainan,the most southern island of China. 50 minute journey to the airport we had time to spare. As we approached the terminal we really didn't know what we were seeing, it looked like a ufo or a huge bridge, but turned out to be the airport terminal. Build in the shape of a huge Airplane, the building ...
... are Es, and I didn’t realize. So she is pointing at what looks like a dot to me and I am asking her what she wants, “I don’t get what you are asking me to do!!” She points at the big letters and how they were facing when it dawned on me that it wasn’t a dot, but a tiny E. “I can’t see that”. She points at other ones on the same line, “No, No, No”. So finally I cheat and peak with both eyes and get the right answers! Tick ...
... 200 RMB.
You will have to take a bus for 5 min from the ticket shop to the ferry departure gate so be an hour early at least. Once there, they make sure you get on the right boat.
Don't expect anything close to what you might know from Europe or western countries, for example the difference between 1st and 2nd class is a window. The ships are some old hookers and the beds tiny. ...
... sign for any type of food or drink. Here was this sign in English no less.
When we found the café, it was in the shape of a windmill; maybe the only
windmill of its type in all of China. We sat down and had a very good
cappuccino. Here we were with nothing around but this beautiful windmill, coffee
Along the way we gave Connor his present of some miniature
trucks and a plane. Never did I see a child any happier with a present. He ...
... and Yuan put them in the pot to cook, when the water boiled. In minutes they were done. We had some red wine to drink and toasted each other. The Chinese people have a great tradition of toasting each other throughout the meal for the friendships they have. Other dishes we ate were calamari, oysters, whole fish and sticky rice on coconut slices. I don't think I've ever eaten oysters before and they tasted good to me. Same goes for clams from the shell and it was the first time ...