New Osroc Hotel
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22/10/2012 - Monday Flight Departure: Changi International Airport, 7.35 am Arrival: Haikou Meilan International Airport, 11.05 am Accommodation Stay: Haikou Banana Youth Hostel Direction: Took airport shuttle bus outside the airport terminal (¥15) to Minhang Binguan (民航宾馆, 40 min). Crossed the road to the nearest bus stop and took Bus 19 to Hai Dian Island (海甸岛), Renmin Road. Alighted opposite a KFC. The hostel is in an ...
... train station for free and we got on board this luxury coach, just the two of us and he took us to the train station. We had a little conversation with the driver, even though he didn't have much English, less than basic, he had obviously been told that if you smile it strengthens the muscles in your face as he kept telling us this.
He dropped us at the train station, it was deserted, nobody was there except for 2 police officers and ...
... there was hundreds of places where you had to cling onto the branches to stop you from falling off the path and down the mountain! Our guide Sak was amazing, he could talk about every plant and point out the spiders etc. We would brush past plants that would fold as you touched them or blow bubbles out of tree sap. Eventually we got to a waterfall where you could slide down the rocks and into the pool and there was a cavern underneath... it was bliss! in the evening we camped next to ...
... with our change, but that was not conveyed by the tone or the gestures. The rat was more welcoming.
Despite our qualms, the room was fine, big and clean and with a hot shower. We had had no dinner, but had picked up some crisps on the way, so we had those as a sad substitute for dinner. We had seen an advert on TV for some crisps where a girl sends a boy out to get some Pepsi, which turns out to be to ...
... and back roads and through a great wee fishing village that's dwarfed by a massive bridge that halfway accross I realised wasn't finished so had to get a local to drop me accross on a boat. When I got to Wenchang I got another boat over to Dongjiao where there's a coconut plantation and I wound my way through coconut tree lined lanes with the odd workshop where people sat drilling holes in coconut shells for some reason.
The next day ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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