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Travel Blogs from Sanya
... get your sorry a** to the back of the line. She didn’t second-guess or
question are new hero and ran to the back of the line.
The cab journey was nearly an hour and
fifteen minutes to our hostel, and in the night we could tell Shanghai was
going to be very different from the rest of china. The architecture seemed very
European and anything but the Asian cities we had been in our travels. We
arrived at Mingtown Youth ...
... really tasty, but a bit chewy!
Sanya train station is still under
construction, with the promise of multiple restaraunts and stores in the coming
months. Skidding around the dodgy taxi drivers attempting to get us into
unlicenced cabs, we got in the massive queue for a taxi. We had taken a photo
of the name and address of our hotel in mandarin for the occasion, but the
gentleman in charge of the taxi line deleted the photo while ...
... tourist attraction for Chinese people and is especially busy during January
We had a lovely retreat on Sanya beach for 4 days. The Island is very tropical and mountainous.
On the 30 min drive from the airport to the resort we drove through several
lengthy tunnels presumably blasted through a mountain for the road. Like what I have seen of China so far, there is also a lot of construction going on.
... having Helen figure out all the travel details made this the first truly relaxing vacation I've been taken. Unfortunately, this was not the case for Helen...
3. Helen was my interpreter.
While I found this fact to be so amazingly wonderful that I questioned how I traveled without her before, Helen didn't find it quite as enjoyable. Aside from dealing with my picky foreigner ways (my refusal to sit on certain buses, my desire to eat ...
... in frames hung on the wall but it didn’t take long for me to figure out the nature of the place. All paintings were 3D paintings on the actual wall and all had a fun side to them that not only ...