West Coast Hotspring Hotel Hainan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and colleague, gerry organised a taxi to collect us and bring us to Shenzen airport, really handy. Changping town was only a short stop over before our flight to Hainan,the most southern island of China. 50 minute journey to the airport we had time to spare. As we approached the terminal we really didn't know what we were seeing, it looked like a ufo or a huge bridge, but turned out to be the airport terminal. Build in the shape of a huge Airplane, the building ...
I did not have time to finish my blog, so here is the condensed version of the last couple of days:
It has been a crazy busy few days. No time to eat or think. The sleep thing is getting better. Waking up at 5am instead of 4 is always good.
It's the dreaded medical day. No food or drink this morning, fasting time! Most of the candidates are weeded out at this step. The Chinese medical is at the level of astronaut! Blood, urine, EEC, EKG, eyes, ears nose throat, HIV, ...
... about every 30 min. Price for 2nd class tickets (really comfortable, spacious soft seat ) is 83.50 RMB. As everywhere in China you need your passport or at least a passport copy for each traveller to by a ticket. If you just show up to get on the next train calculate some hours waiting time.
Its a nice ride along rice fields, palm trees, forests and lots of green. It actually made us ...
... three occasions Lewis came within about an inch of hitting a car or a pole. As
far as I could tell (and I can’t tell very well) I never heard him curse one
time. It was quite a driving performance.
When we got to the pier, it had turned out to be a beautiful day. To get to the restaurant we had to get a ride in a small dinghy. We ate at an open-air restaurant looking out on the bay.
Lewis ordered about every seafood dish you could think of. ...
... for tea. Her name is Jane and she was a college roommate of Belinda's. They hadn't seen each other for five years. Jane brought us a specialty dish of the area made with coconut milk and we drank Kung Fu tea, which is named for the tea service set you drink out of. The tea was Guan Yin tea, which is the name of the Buddha Goddess we visited yesterday. Next destination, LiuGao High School, Liuzhou. We made it. Gene and I are in our apartment. I need a nap and will write again ...