Hainan Noble Yacht Club
Travel Blogs from Haikou
... EVERY DAY around 18:00 - 19:00. Ticket prices are around 300 - 400 RMB for 1st class in 2 bed compartments.
I recommend to take 1st class one if possible. Not that it makes a lot of a difference but when you get on the boat you will start to remember the Titanic movie and then it might make you feel better knowing you are one of the upper deck guests.... we only could get a 2nd class 4bed ...
... one-way street. We got way down the street and it had construction at the end. Lewis could not turn around so he had to back his van all the way out. When Lewis would stop, Yuan kept coming. He seemed oblivious to Lewis being behind him. Then Lewis would have to lay on the horn. This happened about three times.
Finally Lewis found a place where he could turn around. Getting out of there
was hair raising, Belinda had to get out of the van and guide him. On at ...
... 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 ...
... and then we are going to travel on to explore the island. Belinda's cousin Harry, who is a tour guide, is taking us around.
Tonight we went to see an outdoor performance called Impressions of Hainan. We were accompanied by Belinda's mom and dad, Harry and his wife, their two children and Harry's mother in-law. Harry's children are Connor, about 4 and the baby who is less than a year.
The performance is hard to describe. ...
... on the mainland. The vast majority of people who come here our rich
Chinese and Russian tourists so they feel that they can justify charging an arm
and a leg while refusing to run the meter.
The first cab refused even though we kept
saying Quin da biao. Which is please put on the meter in Chinese. We had
memorized it for this particular situation. The second cab agreed and we
started on our way. However he thought he’d pull a ...