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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... if not intermediate to advanced English. With a few exceptions here,
we were lucky to get more than hello, I don’t say English. The problem of the
day was the air-conditioning. The cooling system was set to 18 Celsius but the
room would not drop below 24 no matter how long we left it on. Using our Chinese
translation app, and the help of an American staying on site who speaks
mandarin, we were able to inform the staff of our issue. They showed us a ...
... yesterday morning when she grabbed her pack and a cab and began her multi flight journey home to Australia.
Huge hotels, did I ever tell you how much don’t like huge three to five star hotels?
Lifeless horrid things they are, especially when they are in the dry armpit of town next to the ring road without a single store nearby. Thankfully at ...
... of fat and one tiny piece of meat on a bone and in the end I paid for my beer and headed down to the food alley near the Haikou Qi Lou Food Street and had some local noodles that came with a thick and kind of sweet sauce along with some peanuts and baby bamboo and they were so delicious.
On the walk back to my hotel I followed the above with ...
... br> Pity her camera had the tiniest screen known to man as no one could read it.
We finally found someone who could read her camera screen and arrived
Me: I need a beer and this is why I never book anything online.
Judy: Shut up or I’m going to kill you in your sleep!
... condemned as the Gates of Hell. Perhaps the truth lies somewhere in between. Originally considered by the Chinese to be the place where the civilized world officially ended and fit only to send convicts, the Hainan of today is conversely overrun with Chinese tourist and espoused by many as China’s idyllic island paradise.
Human activities ...