St.Ives Seaview International Hotel
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Day 2- We Arrived To Sanya,China. Sanya Was A Small Town 10 Years From Now.But Now Its One Of A Great Tourism Place Of China.Nice Work Done By The Government And People Of China.
After Immigration We Went To Beach.On The Beach.We Enjoyed Out There.
From The Beach We Went To The Supermarket,Different Type Of Sweets,Drinks Were Available ...
... the driving we saw was not too bad the most dangerous aspect of Chinese roads is being a pedestrian. We only cycled through one big town which was OK, on the minor roads cars tend to take more care around cyclists, perhaps because a bike can do more damage to their paintwork than a pedestrian. Taxis are cheap, fairly clean and in our limited experience, reliable although we always got the hotels to book them for us thereby avoiding the cowboys. Language - written and spoken ...
... of checking they were staying in the hotel and they in return were quite abrupt with the attendant. We are now winding down and preparing ourselves for the journey home on Monday/Tuesday, by air, we have now had enough of trains. It is our wedding anniversary tomorrow so I don't suppose we will do very much at all so I suspect it will be Sunday before we do our last blog on our thoughts on China and suggestions for anyone thinking of coming here in the near ...
... you are booking your flights to Mongolia you had better get a third opinion. I however am sticking to my view, I thought it was great. They did however think the hotel we have been in in the past three days and the area around was the best in China, bit of a bold thing to say but is certainly very nice indeed. We see from the BBC that Britain has been affected by air pollution! We were expecting China to be terrible in this regard but whilst we have not had a completely clear ...
... several big boulders along a small brook. Really a nice little hike.
We did it in flipflops though I recommend to take trainers if you want to avoid complaints of your wife about sore foot soles from the *********e for the whole day.
To take the hike turn left before the orchid valley, there are good visible signs. Dont forget the water, for a change there is not a single shop until the peak!