Sanya Yiyang Nantian Hotspring Resort Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sanya
... out, he threw the 40 yuan at the cabbie and we ran into the train station, with
him shouting after us. We refuse to be scammed!
The train journey back was uneventful, and
the rain spoilt the beautiful scenery we had enjoyed on our way to Sanya. When
we returned to our room, housekeeping had taken all of our clothes we had left
scattered all over the room, and folded them into nice piles and placed them at
the bottom of our bed. ...
... really tasty, but a bit chewy!
Sanya train station is still under
construction, with the promise of multiple restaraunts and stores in the coming
months. Skidding around the dodgy taxi drivers attempting to get us into
unlicenced cabs, we got in the massive queue for a taxi. We had taken a photo
of the name and address of our hotel in mandarin for the occasion, but the
gentleman in charge of the taxi line deleted the photo while ...
Hainan Island is the southern-most point of China and is
known as” China’s Hawaii”. It is very hot and humid and in the earliest days,
government officials were banished there to be punished. It was thought of as being sent to” the gates of hell.” Not much of a punishment, if you ask me, but I guess they did not
have an escape from the heat in the form of air-conditioning. Today it is ...
... been listening to Helen talk to me and that she must be so very smart. They began asking questions about how Helen and I knew one another, when had Helen started learning English, was she able to understand everything I said, etc. Helen hit sensory overload, turned about 10 shades of red and frantically said to me, "We have to leave. We have to get out right now." I replied, "No freaking way."
We had been waiting in that queue line for at least ...
Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,
3D art really is so much fun!
Judy and I had walked past the art museum on several occassions but due to the massive Spring Festival price increase we ...