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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 ...
... thing to get there. For about five miles, approaching the temple, there were hundreds of vendors selling incense sticks that you could burn at the temple. Once we got to within a mile of the park, it took us about 40 minutes to complete the final mile. For a country that isn't very religious, there appears to be at least a great interest in religion. There were many people burning insence sticks and knelling down and praying. One ...
... the coffee girl, Louis is the ice cream man! After viewing the Buddha goddess, we went to the God of Wealth Temple, where Belinda's father and stepmother burned incense to the Buddha. In the back area behind the temple was a house for the monks. It was very serene looking, with green plants and flowers blooming. Sanya City means Beauty City and is where the Miss World Beauty Competition has been held five times. This evening, after ...
... a handmade table runner for our dinning room. It was beautiful. There was also another minority near by, the Miao. They had a small show where someone walked on glass and stepped on a red hot stone. They then kissed the hot stone. I don't know how they did it. While we were in the Miao Village, a small pig got loose and they were trying to catch it.
You could zip line for free so Belinda, Lewis and Snow gave it a try. They all had a lot of fun.
... 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.