Qiandao Business Hotel
Travel Blogs from Haikou
... sign for any type of food or drink. Here was this sign in English no less.
When we found the café, it was in the shape of a windmill; maybe the only
windmill of its type in all of China. We sat down and had a very good
cappuccino. Here we were with nothing around but this beautiful windmill, coffee
Along the way we gave Connor his present of some miniature
trucks and a plane. Never did I see a child any happier with a present. He ...
... new hat, so Belinda put her new hat on Connor. Belinda decided we needed a coffee break so we stopped at a coffee house that was built like a windmill. Gene and I each had a cappuccino, Louis had a latte and Belinda had Hong Kong coffee, which is milk tea with coffee. At dinner tonight, Gene named baby girl, Maggie. He also named Connor at the beginning of our trip. We said our goodbyes to Belinda's family and went up to our room. Around 10:00 pm a friend of Belinda's met us in ...
... directed by Zhang Li Mou who also directed the opening ceremony for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. He is a world famous director who has also directed Impressions performances in three other cities. Joan and I were fortunate enough to see the one in Guilin. It was outstanding.
Impressions Hainan was incredible but hard to explain. The theatre was round and the front of it opened out to the South China Sea. So the backdrop was palm ...
... ve become masters of
charades attempting to explain what we need to non English speakers), we were
moved to a nicer place with mister and mister sinks and mirrors. We then set
off to explore the grounds, and found there are a variety of activities on site
including horseback riding. Nearing the pool we decided to have a little late
night dip and discovered that the aquarium was in fact a full body fish therapy
pond. I jumped in without thinking and ...
... served as the port for Qiongshan, the ancient administrative capital of Hainan Island, located five kilometers inland and was once part of Guangdong province. In the 13th century it was fortified and became a military post under the Ming dynasty (1368–1644). When Qiongshan was opened to foreign trade under the Treaty of Tianjin (1858) Haikou started to ...