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Travel Blogs from Haikou
On our final day of our trip, Belinda woke us early in the morning to tell us the prediction for the day was rain, canceling our trip to the beach. We got to sleep later. It also gave me time to work on my pictures and blog.
After breakfast Joan and Belinda went shopping and Joan came back with a new hat and gifts for Connor and Conner's sister. (Later in the day, Belinda asked us to give the
baby an English name so we suggested Maggie and they liked ...
Gene and I got a call from Belinda this morning saying it was raining at the beach we all planned to go to this morning. So we made new plans. We didn't have to leave the hotel until noon, so I had a leisurely cup of Xinglong coffee in the lobby, reading. Belinda came by and we decided to have a girls day out. So we went shopping in a department store and each bought a hat and strolled around. Belinda tried on an outfit but didn't like the way it fit. We went upstairs and each bought ...
... The ocean was roaring in the background and fireworks were shot off. It was quit an evening. Thanks Belinda and Harry.
The streets are filled with people, mostly eating. The cuisine is a lot different here than in Liuzhou. It is not as spicy. The island gets by on growing food and tourism. There were big trucks lined up for blocks waiting to fill up with fruits and vegetables that will be shipped to the northern part of mainland China.
... little things to start nibbling
away at all the dead skin across my entire body. Matt still feeling ticklish
from his foot only experience the week prior in Xian sat it out and opted to
have a refreshing dip in the pool, before we retired for the evening.
The first full day at the resort we opted
to have a treatment and relaxation day, starting with room service of breakfast
in bed in our hotel bath robes. Matt opted for a read in doors ...
... old administrative city and in 1926, Haikou overtook Qiongshan in population in the 1930s after it was declared a separate administrative county.
Haikou was developed as a port during the Sino-Japanese War (1937–45) when the Japanese invaded and occupied Hainan Island from early 1939 to 1945.
Old Haikou (the oldest buildings in the area) ...