Sanya Seal Inn

Address: No.1917 Haichenge, No.62 Sanya Bay Road, Bihailantian District, Sanya, Hainan, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.1917 Haichenge, No.62 Sanya Bay Road, Bihailantian District, Sanya, is near Yalong Bay and Tianya Haijiao.
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Travel Blogs from Sanya

Let's go to the beach, beach

A travel blog entry by lianerose on May 26, 2015

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... along this river. I always love seeing it - it gives me a sense of awe; a very different sense of awe from the one you get from standing on top of a mountain, or seeing some amazing wildlife, or trekking through beautiful scenery, and a sense of awe that I don't think I'd ever experienced before I'd been to China. China is constantly building, making and growing - always working - and it's kind of hard to understand the extent of this without seeing it for yourself.
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And then the holidays started

A travel blog entry by abeanabroad on May 22, 2015

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... to leave... This done we decided to try and rest a bit to make up for our bad nights sleep but quickly realised it was far too hot to sleep, instead deciding to go down to the beach for a bit. The first beach we went to was called Dadong Hai (Big East Beach) and as I mentioned earlier, it had waves! We'd underestimated how big they might be when we swam, and the shallows where they were breaking was definitely the worst place to be as Molly found out when she was ...

Cruisin in Style through SE Asia

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Mar 20, 2015

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... that they created to wreak havoc on US soldiers. The tunnel system was impressive and we learned that there were over 250 kilometers of tunnels stretching all over the surrounding areas and Vietcong soldiers would stay underground almost indefinitely to prevent being seen, wounded or captured. Some soldiers reported staying underground for more than 10 years, or pretty much the duration of the war itself. We had the chance to actually crawl through a 15 meter long stretch of ...

At sea towards Phu My

A travel blog entry by gwaddy on Mar 19, 2015

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 ...

Sanya, Hainan - China

A travel blog entry by sally2015 on Mar 18, 2015

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... and factory. It was 'nice' and we enjoyed it but had we known better we just would have headed to the beach independently and spent longer there. It's one of those ports (and there has only been a couple so far) where they can only show you what's there and when there isn't much there it can be a little disappointing. Day at sea today, Vietnam ...