Tian Fu Yuan Hot Spring Hotel

Address: Guantang Hotspring Tourism Area, Qionghai, Hainan, 571400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Bo'ao Town area of Qionghai.
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Travel Blogs from Qionghai

Banana muffines in Bo'ao

A travel blog entry by rachel_john on Jul 02, 2011

24 photos

... staying in the homey Bo'ao inn (www.hainan-letsgo.com/boainn.html). Catherine the Amercian owner and her Chinese husband, a local journalist opened their B&B as a means to meet people and it was not until Catherine unwittingly fed her home made banana muffins to a Lonely Planet author that her business changed overnight. She's really thankful for all the people that stop by and we certainly loved all the ...

Tomb Sweeping holiday and much more

A travel blog entry by sharon_suzhou on Apr 15, 2011

2 comments, 105 photos

... 8217;t eat would be for the dogs, they love it when she has guests. The coffee is grown locally and she had an extra bag for me to take home, only 20 kuai for a lb ($3). At breakfast I learned that Bernice was from outside of London and had come to Hainan to teach for a year. She meet a local man, got married and has stayed in Hainan for over 3 years. Her husband doesn’t speak English so needless to say she speaks fluent Mandarin and even the local Hainan dialect. Now ...

Dongjiao Coconut planation- & Hainan

A travel blog entry by brad.leah on Oct 04, 2009

14 photos

... a double room. well it was either twin with two extra large singles or two small doubles, with a bathroom, A/C not included but ceiling fan. It is defiantly worth the money, the only minus was the switches for the room kept giving harsh electric shocks to brad, they had some poke. (jimmy)

little did we know we were going to have a great evening ahead of us. We walked around looking for food, and there only seemed to be one busy small area with table and ...

On the road....finally

A travel blog entry by crusty on Feb 06, 2007

4 photos

... You see he's been to Australia a few times, so we often speak of the things he's seen. We get to the topic of women, a common topic among chinese/foreigner relations. The usual question comes up "Do you think Chinese women are beautiful?" "Would you want to marry one?" Well, I would like to answer a resounding "**** YEAH!" to the first, but answer much more politely. To which the principal stands up, sticks out his ****, places his hands wide ...

Jesus Crust - Soapy star!

A travel blog entry by crusty on Jan 22, 2007

... any of the moves. It was definately an interesting day, to put it mildly. Thinking I would only have 1 or 2 lines was a big mistake. 'Twas a big day indeed. A difficult day. Like I said, I had to learn many lines in Chinese. The English lines often didn't make any sense. "Last scene" ended up being about 4 or 5 scenes. When I thought we were finished, the script would be thrust in my ...