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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... 12pm. We went in
search of a nice lunch to get us through until we landed later that evening on
Hainan Island. We stumbled upon a cute little bakery with some interesting
chinese twists on baked goods. Not feeling very adventurous I stuck to a very
simplistic muffin, while Matt tried just about everything that wasn’t bolted to
the ground. Our taxi driver picked us up shortly after 3pm and we headed on our
way to Guilin Airport. The drive there ...
... he took into consideration the lives of the local people and after he became aware of the difficulty of getting drinking water, he began to dig Fusuquan (Floating Millet Spring) and the Xixinquan (Cleaning Heart Spring). The water in the Floating Millet Spring is sweet and clear. Its surface is suffused with small bubbles, which look like the seeds of ...
... of dishes from all over Asia. I ordered a Chef’s Salad, as it is 'normally’ the Big Boy of salads and always comes with several chunky bits of tender chicken, several chunky bits of ham, several chunky bits of beef along with baby tomatoes, onion, cheese, peppers etc.
When mine arrived I nearly died!
It came with two bits of ...
... filled by stinky from seafood puddles (you should have seen and smelt my sink when I washed them tonight) and then I unexpectedly found myself amongst streets full of decaying colonial style architecture. After visiting countless eastern Chinese cities I have become used to unexpectedly finding myself ...
The photos for this blog were taken from ‘construction walls’.
The soundtrack to this entry was by DORO
The album was ‘Love Me In Black’