Golden Coast Lawton Hotel Haikou
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... got a beautiful pair of Nikes and dad tried on some timberlands! Changping is wonderful, well layed out, clean, seems like a nice place to live in and Cian certainly knows his was around. Huge difference in people here. In Hong kong we were pretty much ignored, but here, big eyes is what you can expect, Europeans never come here, so everybody stares! We headed to a Japanese restaurant where we took full advantage of the wifi, facetiming caitlin, twice! Dinner was delicious ...
... and others who use these ridiculous evaluations. I also know of many incompetent idiots who have passed…regardless, bring it on! Without including the boring details, we had to watch a white dot move in a circle counterclockwise stopping at every 5 second mark, for 25 FREAKING minutes, hitting the spacebar every time it skipped a stop!!! One of the guys woke up in the middle of it with his finger holding the spacebar down. I won’t even begin to get into the mental ...
... 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. ...
... 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 ...