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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... 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 ...
... for Connor and I got something for baby girl. When we got back to the hotel Belinda told us we were meeting a friend of hers for lunch. This was a primary school classmate who used to sit behind her in school. His name is Yuan. She hasn't seen him for seven years. We met him at a seaside restaurant for a fresh fish lunch. We all took a small boat out to the restaurant and had a hot pot lunch of many fish delicacies. The shrimp, crab and clams were still alive when brought to ...
We are off for National Day so Belinda, Lewis, Joan and I decided to fly to Hainan Island. Hainan is considered the Hawaii of China. Many wealthy people from northern China vacation here in the winter. It is also the place where Belinda was born and where her parents live. We left Liuzhou about 9:40 AM. Our flight was uneventful, taking about one hour.
We arrived at the capital of Hainan which is Haikou. We are only going to spend on day ...
... 6 lane highway indicating that was where the bus stop was. There was a
hole in the middle of the barriers, so we ran halfway across, climbed through,
waited for the opportune moment and sprinted over to the bus stop. The 21 bus
rolled up and we handed the driver a sign indicating where we wanted to go. He
tried to tell us something in mandarin, but being unable to comprehend we
smiled, nodded, and handed him money before taking our seat. The front desk ...
Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,
Man travelling during Spring Festival is frustrating!
Me: Two tickets to Haikou please.
She: There’s a train at 18:40 this evening.
Me: But it’s only a two hour train ride, they leave every half an hour or so.
Me: yes…um…no…um…wh at?