Sanya Orient Bay View Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sanya
... get your sorry a** to the back of the line. She didn’t second-guess or
question are new hero and ran to the back of the line.
The cab journey was nearly an hour and
fifteen minutes to our hostel, and in the night we could tell Shanghai was
going to be very different from the rest of china. The architecture seemed very
European and anything but the Asian cities we had been in our travels. We
arrived at Mingtown Youth ...
... heavy that the roads started to flood, and matt and I found
ourselves in ankle deep puddles trying to find the shopping center. We were too
close to the shops and taxis were refusing to give us a lift, as the distance
wasn’t great enough.
We finally arrived at the shopping center,
and hung out by the hand dryers in the toilets for a good fifteen minutes. Once
we felt our clothes were damp, not drenched, we started shopping. The ...
... Signs on the beach warned us about jellyfish and we did see them washed up on shore and floating around the surf. We double checked with the life guard who recommended
“no swim”. We definitely did not want to risk getting stung by those. No wonder
the beach was basically deserted, even taking into account that it was
When on vacation, you do not let things like a disappointing
beach spoil the ...
... times, I have no idea what I'm eating. This no longer concerns me as much in Shanghai as I now have developed a tried and true methodology: if I tried it, and it truly didn't kill me, I'll eat it again. However, traveling to new cities once more presents the risks of which I was once so fearful. Is it spicy? Is it going to taste like dirt? What's that smell? Is it cooked thoroughly? Did they wash their hands? Is it meat? Exactly what kind of meat?
... bothered to check it out but today as I had no plans I figured I’d head over and have a look. Unlike most art museums, or any museum for that matter, usually going alone is better than going with a friend ...