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Travel Blogs from Haikou
Gene and I got a call from Belinda this morning saying it was raining at the beach we all planned to go to this morning. So we made new plans. We didn't have to leave the hotel until noon, so I had a leisurely cup of Xinglong coffee in the lobby, reading. Belinda came by and we decided to have a girls day out. So we went shopping in a department …
Hainan is Belinda's hometown. It is an island in the South China Sea and is called the 'Hawaii of the East'. It's not industrial, but profits from agriculture and tourism. Many wealthy people buy their second home here to escape the cold winters. Sounds like Florida, doesn't it. Belinda said the local people are average people, and most spend their …
... and fill up on our
way, attempting to continue to run the meter. Unimpressed with our knowledge of
the word stop and meter as well, he begrudgingly turned off the meter as the
car was filled. An attendant does filling up in china, both hood and trunk has
to be popped open, and everyone inside has to get out the car till its filled.
We pulled up to the Eadry Royal Garden
Hotel and Resort, and knew we weren’t staying in a hostel ...
... several times since with the inclusion of gardens, ponds and pavilions to beautify the area.
Su Dong Po Temple
Su Dong Po Temple is located in the east of the Wugong Temple and was built during the Ming Dynasty and is used to offer prayers to Su Dongpo, who greatly improved the locals cultural and historic education. When Su Dongpo was banished to ...
... of fat and one tiny piece of meat on a bone and in the end I paid for my beer and headed down to the food alley near the Haikou Qi Lou Food Street and had some local noodles that came with a thick and kind of sweet sauce along with some peanuts and baby bamboo and they were so delicious.
On the walk back to my hotel I followed the above with ...