Hainan Ye Hai Hotel

Address: No.46 Yusha Road, Longhua District, Haikou, Hainan, 570125, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Longhua District area of Haikou, is near Wugong Temple, Shimei Bay, Hairui Tomb, and Dongjiao Coconut Plantation.
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Travel Blogs from Haikou

Day 4! Cian joins us! Changping town

A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Jan 31, 2015

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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 ...

The Last Couple of Days in Beijing

A travel blog entry by garymonteith on Jun 25, 2014

2 comments, 23 photos

... couple of the other guys. They were not able to get home early, so were stuck. We sat around in the crew lounge had a few beers and shot the breeze for a few hours. I bailed first. Exhausted! Plus Bill and I had a plan to venture in to Beijing to find a market. We hadn’t had any time to do this yet.

We met at 7am for breakfast, packed and checked out. The airport has a bag drop place, $6. Express train downtown, subway 3 stops, 9:30am we have to be back on the subway ...

Hainan-Vietnam Overland - Part 1

A travel blog entry by m.and.m on Feb 27, 2014

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... about every 30 min. Price for 2nd class tickets (really comfortable, spacious soft seat ) is 83.50 RMB. As everywhere in China you need your passport or at least a passport copy for each traveller to by a ticket. If you just show up to get on the next train calculate some hours waiting time.
Its a nice ride along rice fields, palm trees, forests and lots of green. It actually made us ...

Our Lunch With Yuan

A travel blog entry by gjessee on Oct 05, 2013

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... 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 ...

Family Fun

A travel blog entry by jjessee on Oct 05, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... a little, talked and sang songs. I know where Connor gets his singing from, his father. Harry sang 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?' in Chinese. It was great! We all clapped for him. Then Connor sang 'Are You Sleeping?' in Chinese and Gene and I just had to sing it in English while Connor sang along with us in Chinese. Then Connor sang a rendition of the 'ABC's' and 'Happy Birthday' in English. The Chinese sing 'Happy Birthday' on birthdays just like the Americans. Gene ...