Sanya Treasure Island Sea View Hotel
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... basically soup and
veges, melon and water melon.
Last full day here and tried to do yesterday's planned trip to beach.
But no buses would stop - all full - and taxis just ignored us - and
other locals! So walked exploring. Interesting beachy markets, a big
shopping area, more friendly Chinese wanting pics. Looked for some
clothes - there were a lot of classy outlets, not just beachware.
The Chinese ...
... of year accumulation, the words possess rich and profound cultural connotations. In Qing dynasty, the chief magistrates of Ya state engrave the word “Tianya" on a megalith on the scenic seaside. In the period of Republic of China, the word “Haijiao” was carved on a megalith beside the “Haijiao”, which make this place become a veritable Tianyahaijiao (the end of the word).
The End of the ...
As a reward for enduring more tours yesterday, hair-raising driving necessitating a few hands-over-eyes (this, from a London cyclist no less!) today was a day spent at the hotel's private beach. A great opportunity to test out my brother's loaned Kindle for book ...
We joined a tour group from HK to take a 4 day trip to Hainan island. Hainan is a spa resort although sadly with all the land development, much of the natural springs seem to have disappeared. Hainan has 2 airports, with SanYa on the west side of the sand located closest to the scenic spots. SanYa airport was hugely attractive - all teak wood high beams and wide benches, with plants and general tropical but airy feel. On arrival though - my old ...
... an event. The Chinese sure know how to arrange celebrations. We celebrated Mid-Autumn Festival with games, food, crafts, and MOON CAKES! If you have never had a moon cake before you really aren't missing much. They are tiny hockey pucks with filling that you could throw at someone's head and do a lot of damage but Chinese people LOVE them!! I'm not sure if it is the novelty but I loved watching everyone come into work with 10000 moon cakes a day. Moon cakes are to chinese as ...