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Stayed in: CAPTAINS HOUSE DOWNTOWN
Dbl. Bedroom 160RMB (2 people)
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Good price / value ratio, allright for backpakers if you dont look for a party hostel and just a 10 min walk from the beach. We had a double bed room with own shower and WC, aircon and wifi.
Its in a good location, close to the bus station, lots of busy food shops and little market streets around. Hence its not the ...
... to build and was enshrined on April 24, 2005, with the participation of 108 eminent monks from various Buddhist groups in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao and Mainland China, and tens of thousands of pilgrims. The statue has three different sides to it with three different faces. One faces inland and one faces mainland China and the other faces out to the rest of the world.
It is holiday in China, but there was a very big ...
This morning the van headed for Nanshan in Sanya City. Along the way, planted in the middle of the highway, were miles and miles of Hibiscus. Beautiful to see. We also passed by pineapple trees growing not too far from the road and water buffalo were grazing in the grass. Plenty of Palm trees provide coconut drinks, coconut filled buns and fried coconut. Nanshan means Southern Hill and is where the Guan Yin Buddha Goddess is located. ...
... a weekend pass. I chose the weekend pass.
For some reason, nowhere on the island did they sell suntan lotion. Chinese women are not into tanning; they are into staying out of the sun. They like the look of a pale complexion. So they sit at the beach with umbrellas. Going to the beach appears to be very different in China than it is in the U.S. Their suits are much more conservative. They mostly wear one-piece suits rather than two. They ...
... by other people, unless you grew up in the area. Belinda's stepmother, we learned Belinda's mother passed away a few years ago, speaks only the dialect of Hainan. Louis, Belinda's husband, does not know the dialect, so he cannot understand his step mother-in-law. Belinda's father was a primary school teacher in Hainan and this is the first time he has been out of his city. This must be an exciting trip for him and his wife.