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Travel Blogs from Sanya
... midnight just before the front desk
closed for the evening. They didn’t have any private rooms available till Sunday
evening so we were forced to accept a room in the six bed mixed dorm. One of
the other guests in our room was a man by the name of Guy from Israel. He told
us about some cool places to eat in the city and to make sure we met Frahani
and her friends, as they were good people and could show us the best of the
nightlife in the city.
... us maneavour around the market,
haggling prices and helping us choose what we wanted. It was the first and
potentially last time in my life where I choose a live animal that I would eat.
The fish is weighed and then a fee is set to cook and bring over to your table.
We got fresh shrimp and a massive fish with dumplings and noodles. By the end
of the meal, the suns rays were starting to take affect on my British half so
we ran to a local drug store for ...
... vacation we just cooled off
and puttered in the lagoon.
If we would have been there longer, we may have taken a tour,
but we decided to swim, read, get massages and simply relax. We met the general
manager of the resort (who is from Australia) and his wife and 5 year old son. Not
bad having this resort to “play” in when you get home from school!
The local Hainanese who worked on the resort were ...
... and I wasn't about to jump out because Helen was feeling like people were looking at her. I told her to suck it up and told her that since everyone was already looking, we could sing a song or do a little dance to give them something to stare at. To prove my point, I began singing "Let's, give 'em something to talk about!" and I'm pretty sure she wanted to kill me.
When the next tram finally arrived, Helen dashed through the line like ...
... loved but also the many couples (of all ages) giggling their way around each floor.
It actually sounded like a childrens playgroud as each painting had 'a thing/point/place’ where a person stands ...