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... so cian was sent back and they took dads passport in the process...Cliona and miriam stressed and worrying, the other 2 finally appeared. Dad made up for it and got us all smiling quickly by pushing Clíona around in a helicopter trolley for kids! Hahaha Flight was on time and within an hour we were in haikou, Hainan. After some bargaining with taxi drivers we got to our 5 star hotel! Now 1am all we wanted was bed! The poor guy at recepttion spoke no english and ...
... Not a deal breaker, fortunately. But heaven forbid you have a kidney stone!!
I came out of the exam room and spotted Bill across the hall. He gave me the knife across the neck sign…WTF! Kidney stone!! Done for him!! They wouldn’t even let him finish any other exams. Absolutely crazy. Any western doctor would say, “Is it bothering you? No, then leave it alone…” Not here…TIC (This is China!). Fortunately he just has to go home and get ...
... much better.
Arrival is at unpleasant 5:30 in the morning but don't worry that you might miss the arrival you don't need to set your alarm, they make sure you wake up even with earplugs, I can promise you!
Unfortunately a few days later I lost my camera so there is not many good pictures from this part of the trip. See the next entry on how to get from Behai to Hanoi.
... 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 ...
... 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 ...