Sanya Seal Inn
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... shapes such as crown, pearl, swine ears and horse hoofs. This delightful variety has presented the talented craftsmen in Sanya with the fabulous opportunity to create beautiful seashell products that you can take home as gifts, souvenirs or memorabilia. If you are looking for something great to take to your friends and family back home, be sure to consider the seashell products from Sanya.
Sanya has plenty of coconut trees ...
... covered in sand. So much fun.
Quick stop off at the nearby food market for some lunch, and also got a melon ice cream which was made - from fresh melon to ice cream - right before my eyes. Houjie needs one of these stalls.
We found out that near the airport was the 4th biggest statue in the world - a statue of Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy (a Buddhism deity), so we thought we'd pop by before our flight home. Instead of going into the park which is ...
... although not enough for us to want to walk all the way up the hill back to our hostel. After showering we wandered back to Dadong Hai and the restaurant we'd had a drink at earlier. We had been promised free watermelon juice and weren't disappointed, it was as good as it had been earlier and I had a pineapple juice which was also delicious. We ordered our food, and before long the first things arrived - my barbecued aubergine and beef kebab. The aubergine was just ...
... neat because we actually had the chance to fill out little forms and hang our own spirals from the ceiling. Once our incense were burning and our wishes on the way to being granted, we headed back out for our final stop of the tour.
When we first heard that we would be visiting a museum dedicated to traditional Vietnamese medicine we were admittedly quite skeptical, however once we got there it was actually incredibly interesting. Vietnamese medicine is an ...
En route to Phu My the nearest port to Ho ChI Min (Saigon) city. Normal lazy mix of eating sun bathing and sleeping. Amazing and interesting interview with the Captain who must have been a junior officer aboard the Countess when we travelled years ago! Formal gala night tonight with ...