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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... Guilin airport was much smaller than Xian
and we found ourselves not exactly spoilt for choice in the way of food options
(we were a bit peckish following our all carb brunch). We had to settle for pot
noodles. Almost every public place in china has free boiling water taps, as
everyone eats pot noodles and makes tea for snacks.
Our flight from Guilin to Haikou was much
smoother than our previous flight, and was a quick 1 hour and 15 ...
... until the 25th.
There were no bus tickets, no train tickets and no plane tickets available anywhere!
In the end I said I will take any flight ticket that takes me off Hainan Island and after waiting for over three hours a ticket to Wuhan City became available as Woo Hoo, tomorrow somebody didn’t want to fly north and I do so I ...
... bits of canned ham and two tiny strips of processed cheese and all six were about as long as your little finger and as thin as cardboard. There were no tomatoes or any other type of vegetables but what it did come with was almost an entire lettuce. I looked at the waitress and laughed and we both counted the meat and cheese and she apologised and called ...
... Road, Xinhua Road, Boai Road, Jiefang Road areas. Found are ancient Portuguese/Frenchstyle homes built suitable for the tropical climate which also blends in with Chinese, Southeast Asian and Western architecture styles. The area covers twenty five thousand square meters with more than two hundred homes and ...
... s central government. Han Chinese moved in and the indigenous tribes retreated further inland.
According to ancient records, Hainan Island was nicknamed the Tail of the Dragon, the last unexplored frontier of China and civilization. Because of its remote and forbidding location, many renegades were exiled to its sandy shores, including the ...