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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... on the mainland. The vast majority of people who come here our rich
Chinese and Russian tourists so they feel that they can justify charging an arm
and a leg while refusing to run the meter.
The first cab refused even though we kept
saying Quin da biao. Which is please put on the meter in Chinese. We had
memorized it for this particular situation. The second cab agreed and we
started on our way. However he thought he’d pull a ...
... it was named Floating Millet Spring.
Tomb of Hai Rui (Hairui Mu)
The Tomb of Hai Rui is found in a small park in Biya Village and was built in 1589 AD during the reign of emperor Wanli in the Ming dynasty and though the park/tomb area is very small when compared to other attractions it is still a pleasant place to visit.
Hairui was ...
... rest of the beach;
There are many other people to be found, but as the beach is so long and spacious you barely notice them. There is a beach side park and walking/riding path that takes you most of the way back towards Haikou and I spent quite a few hours walking, reading and snacking and at its end I thought of boarding a bus but then decided to jump a ...
... candles and paper etc.
Beers N Noodles toya…..shane
The soundtrack to this entry was by Motorhead
The album was ‘Welcome to The Bear Trap’
The photos for this blog were taken from ‘construction walls’.
The soundtrack to this entry was by DORO
The album was ‘Love Me In Black’