The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Sanya
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... shapes such as crown, pearl, swine ears and horse hoofs. This delightful variety has presented the talented craftsmen in Sanya with the fabulous opportunity to create beautiful seashell products that you can take home as gifts, souvenirs or memorabilia. If you are looking for something great to take to your friends and family back home, be sure to consider the seashell products from Sanya.
Sanya has plenty of coconut trees ...
... Humen is right by the Pearl River estuary so all the cargo ships come through there. Then I walked up to some of the old forts which was cool too - also going right past Humen Bridge which is pretty incredible. I'm not normally into bridges but it was so huge and impressive!
Afterwards I just walked along the Pearl River, watching all the massive cargo ships travelling back and forth. It's so crazy how many things in China are made here in this province, ...
... so it seemed like a localised problem. It was nearly out flight so we went airside and say by the gate where we found out that it had been delayed. We discussed contingency plans in case it was delayed a long time and then there was an announcement in Chinese over the tannoy. On investigation we discovered that the airline was paying for a hotel for us and with a mixture of Chinese, broken English and mine we deduced that the best thing to do was to follow everyone else... ...
... to and from the islands provided some excellent views of the main part of Koh Samui as well.
Our next port city was Sihanoukville, Cambodia and much like our first day in Koh Samui, we really didn’t have a plan for this one day stop so we decided to just head into town and wing it. As we were getting off the bus we ran into a few people who were already getting back on board which we thought was a little odd so we asked someone what had happened. One lady shared ...
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 ...