Meritus Mandarin Haikou
Travel Blogs from Haikou
... ourselves turning around when we
started noting vendors selling pig noses and what seemed to be dogs for
slaughtering not for house pets…
We eventually found a place a restaurant
that seemed to be a bit cleaner than the rest in the surrounding area. The
restaurant had no menus though. Using the app on the phone we asked for chicken,
vegetables, noodles and rice, hoping it would come out as one dish. We were
handed a plate of ...
... There is a train at 18:40 this evening.
Me: um, I don’t understand.
She: Do you want two tickets?
Me: I guess I do.
Judy: Do you have the address for the hotel?
Me: Yes, I took a screen shot of the booking.
Judy: Ok, show the taxi guy.
Me: I can’t because my stupid phone won’t show the shot.
Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,
Feel like a long walk?
As today was supposed to rain, last night I sat up till gawd knows what time sorting through all my photos for each coming blog and as I uploaded each set I listened to music, ate two packets of pistachios and drank Anchor and Tsingtao beer. Of course ...
... and waited and waited and after an hour a ticket to Wuhan City became available and Woo Hoo, on the 19th somebody didn’t want to fly to the cold north. I did so I snapped it up and I’m out of here in several days time and I’ll have to wear thermals again but I have them ...
... coast, many Russians still frequent Sanya.
Hainan Language (LP)
Hainanese is a broad term for the bakers dozen local dialects of Hainan Min, most of which are also spoken in Guangdong. There is also a large population of Hakka speakers. While some Li and Miao can speak Mandarin, they prefer to use their own languages.