Zhenghao Hot Spring Villa
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bit tacky, we got a driver to take us around a 'secret' way, where we could view the statue from a nearby beach. It was a beautiful white statue, and we walked along the beach past lots of burnt incense sticks stuck in the sand, to get a closer view. Weirdly, the beach was full of the lucky shells that are very famous in Corsica! I made a quick wish and admired the statue some more and then it was time to head home. We found our driver had gone and had been ...
... us. Once we'd eaten we really did go to sleep, and other than the irritation of a mosquito buzzing around it was one of the comfiest nights I've had in China (if a little short). We were woken by a call at 2:30am to say we should be downstairs by 3 to get a bus back to the airport. After the fastest check in/ boarding ever (we hit the runway 2 hours after being woken up, perks of stupidly early rearranged flights) we were finally on our way! We slept the flight away and landed ...
... a snapping tortoise! How does Gene always get himself in these situations? Just outside of the tarp was the alligator, laying there. Well anyway, a boat came in and we made a mad dash for it. The wind was so strong my umbrella turned inside out, so I got soaked. I mean soaked!!! I was fumbling with my umbrella and trying to keep my IPad dry while I was boarding the boat and slipped. I picked myself up and made it to ...
... people put on a show and danced and then came up to the audience. One of the men gave a coconut filled with milk to Connor, Harry's son. He then turned to me and shook my hand and gave me a high five. For the next scene, the floor of the dome filled with water as the performers danced in it. I have never seen anything like it. The last scene had fireworks on the real beach over the South China Sea. Quite a performance to ...
Catherine is really welcoming. She drives us around on an orientation of the town and she introduces us to her favourite restaurants. The main beach is a few minutes walk from her hostel and it is quiet with warm sea waters. Despite the huge number of monstrous cranes building new hotels along the beach front, it's still a quiet and sleepy place. Using her network of hotel contacts and ...