Meijing Seascape Hotel
Travel Blogs from Haikou
... separately. We didn’t dare to touch the meat
either, as it was taken from an outside storage area that wasn’t cooled and had
a fan above it to keep bugs away. The meal was dirt cheap at 30 yuan for
massive portion sizes, although we couldn’t vouch for its cleanliness. The
woman running the shop and all her children posed for photos with us before we
left. We stumbled into a grocery store, buying food and drinks before heading
back to ...
... honor. Next to the memorial is ‘Official Su's Temple’ in memory of the great poet and writer, Su Dongpo (who was also banished to Hainan) and his son Su Guo.
The temple was built around 1590 AD, during the reign of Emperor Wanli in the Ming Dynasty. It has since been rebuilt during the reign of Emperor Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty and has ...
... of heating, and other aspects of preparation all contribute to the well-balanced flavor, another method is to stew it with coconut.
The locals often make juice and concoct a soup with coconut flesh.
In the wave of immigration that took place in the early 20th century, Hainan-born Chinese spread this side dish of chicken rice all over ...
... a little north to south Jiangxi Province to spend several days checking out some more HUGE Hakka Peoples houses but the cities tickets were at a standstill.
There weren’t even flights available to Guangzhou until the 22nd.
Flights to Nanchang (where I began my holiday), ...
... Hainan’s inarguably most attractive feature is its sandy beaches and bays which are the ideal venues for all manner of water sports, from windsurfing to scuba diving to kayaking.
Sanya city was a favorite haunt of the former Chinese leader, Mao Zedong, himself an avid swimmer. It was also very popular with the Russian elite during the Soviet ...