Huandao Tide Hotel
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After yet a other buffet breakfast we're off to China and going to finally see Cian. Yippee! The hotel had been really efficient, and they even posted our post cards for us back to Ireland and the Netherlands. Within the 2 days in Hong Kong we could easily make it through the metros, but were unfortunately too late to go through customs of our planned train so we had to hang around for 2 hours. Across the way was a a really odd shopping centre. It seemed to be built ...
... sorry for them, that I am taking food from their baby’s mouth. I quickly get over that (thanks to Bill) and having a good laugh at the deals. It has become a game. I had picked out a few silk robes and PJs for the Fam…ok how much? “Oh for you sir, I will give you my best price. You are my first customer today so special price for you” “How much?” “Ok, for everyone else I would charge 2500 Yuan” ($400+ Canadian). I laughed, no ...
... EVERY DAY around 18:00 - 19:00. Ticket prices are around 300 - 400 RMB for 1st class in 2 bed compartments.
I recommend to take 1st class one if possible. Not that it makes a lot of a difference but when you get on the boat you will start to remember the Titanic movie and then it might make you feel better knowing you are one of the upper deck guests.... we only could get a 2nd class 4bed ...
... I wish you were there) We had clams, shrimp, crabs, whole fish, and oysters. (We also asked Belinda what something else was and she said, "You know it has eight arms." We were hoping that was squid.) We also had sticky rice with coconut. Everything was alive and cooked at our table. There was a big pot
of boiling water that we dumped the clams, crabs, and shrimp. It was quite a
feast. Along with this we had wine coolers. We figured if we were in the United
... 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 ...