Hainan Airlines Mingguang Hotel
Travel Blogs from Haikou
... 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. ...
... 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 hat, so Belinda put her new hat on Connor. Belinda decided we needed a coffee break so we stopped at a coffee house that was built like a windmill. Gene and I each had a cappuccino, Louis had a latte and Belinda had Hong Kong coffee, which is milk tea with coffee. At dinner tonight, Gene named baby girl, Maggie. He also named Connor at the beginning of our trip. We said our goodbyes to Belinda's family and went up to our room. Around 10:00 pm a friend of Belinda's met us in ...
... 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. ...
... nothing to us, we slid it into our
pockets for later. Forty-five minutes into the journey we noted a street with
loads of activity and people, and decided to hop off, figuring we had missed
our stop. The area would not be a place the rich and famous of Haikou would
venture too, nor could we imagine it was where the staff of our hotel intended
us to have come to. We ventured down the street hoping it would get a bit
better, but it only got worse. ...