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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... It was about 170 miles from Sanya. Sanya is at the southern end of the island and Haikou is at the north end. On the way, we went by Xinlong, famous for its coffee, Joan and Belinda wanted to stop and have a coffee break, but we passed the exit before we realized it. We figured no coffee.
All of the sudden, out of nowhere we saw a sign for a café featuring Xinlong coffee. It
was a coffee miracle. Nowhere along the expressway, in all of Hainan, did I ...
... for red lights and she said they do, but don't do it. When the light turned green, the street cleaner stopped and went back to the center of the road. In Liuzhou (pronounced Lou Joe), the motor scooters have a lane on the right side of the road to drive on. Not in Sanya. The scooters drive on the roads and sidewalks. So when you're walking on the sidewalks you're dodging scooters! Pedestrians do not have the right of way! By this time Gene was getting a little slap happy and put ...
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 ...
... little things to start nibbling
away at all the dead skin across my entire body. Matt still feeling ticklish
from his foot only experience the week prior in Xian sat it out and opted to
have a refreshing dip in the pool, before we retired for the evening.
The first full day at the resort we opted
to have a treatment and relaxation day, starting with room service of breakfast
in bed in our hotel bath robes. Matt opted for a read in doors ...
... until the 25th.
There were no bus tickets, no train tickets and no plane tickets available anywhere!
In the end I said I will take any flight ticket that takes me off Hainan Island and after waiting for over three hours a ticket to Wuhan City became available as Woo Hoo, tomorrow somebody didn’t want to fly north and I do so I ...