Water Industry Sea-view Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sanya
... on the large restaurant windows, we
recounted our evening’s escapades, and Olga pulled out all her charm to get us
a late check out. The two of them headed out to the hot springs just outside
Sanya, and we headed up to catch up on some lost sleep, before we needed to
head to the train station.
At 4pm the bellboy called us up a cab, and
said the fee would be a flat 40 pounds. As the cabs sit waiting for a job,
... Haikou and Sanya sit on the coast on the north and south, while everything
between it is primarily unspoiled so the scenery between was beautiful. It was
primarily coconut trees, with sporadic farms and villages every few miles. The
train didn’t reach the impressive 380 km per hour that it can, but it still
coasted around 200 km for most of the journey. I was a bit adventurous and tried pickled chicken feet and peppers as a snack during the journey. They ...
... a local person in traditional clothing. So Jim and I
will be part of someone’s vacation album. I can just hear him now.
“Guess what I saw while on vacation? A white couple! He had on short pants and a shirt and
she was wearing this colorful dress. They smiled a lot and spoke English. They
seemed friendly enough, so I asked them if I could get their picture. They
agreed! Look! Real , live westerners!”
... on a broom and when I finally caught up to her she said that now she knows what it feels like to be me in China. She was slightly more hesitant to pimp me out for pictures after that. Thanks, Helen. :)
4. Helen hates the sun.
After we booked our plane tickets for Sanya, Helen and I began discussing what we wanted to do. This was easy for me. "I want to lay on the beach. That's it. That's all." Helen acted as though she had caught me ...
... bothered to check it out but today as I had no plans I figured I’d head over and have a look. Unlike most art museums, or any museum for that matter, usually going alone is better than going with a friend ...