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... have a set price, to ensure cabs are always at the ready
for the hotel guests. He said it would be only 40 yuan to the train (we had
paid just under 30 getting there so we could live with the extra quid charge.)
the bellboy explained where we were going and told him the fee in both mandarin
and English for our benefit. When we got in the cab however the meter was
running for some reason and already had 30 yuan displayed. The cab driver ...
... really tasty, but a bit chewy!
Sanya train station is still under
construction, with the promise of multiple restaraunts and stores in the coming
months. Skidding around the dodgy taxi drivers attempting to get us into
unlicenced cabs, we got in the massive queue for a taxi. We had taken a photo
of the name and address of our hotel in mandarin for the occasion, but the
gentleman in charge of the taxi line deleted the photo while ...
Hainan Island is the southern-most point of China and is
known as” China’s Hawaii”. It is very hot and humid and in the earliest days,
government officials were banished there to be punished. It was thought of as being sent to” the gates of hell.” Not much of a punishment, if you ask me, but I guess they did not
have an escape from the heat in the form of air-conditioning. Today it is ...
... BUT MY PUMPKIN!!!! YOU'LL GET DARK!!!!!!" Well, God willing, Helen, I'm going to try. As someone who has been the color of eggshell wallpaper my whole life, I find great hope in the possibility of a tan. Granted, it hardly comes to fruition as I usually turn bright red and then peel before anything can truly develop. Well, that even assumes that I have the patience to lay outside long enough. Both of these concepts, the tanning and the laying, ...
... then can take your time and concerntrate on the sections that you find interesting.
This one though would defiently be much more fun with a friend.
When I first entered I thought they were ...