Wuzhishan International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Haikou
... The front
lobby was massive and open aired. The staff pointed out to us on the map where
everything was on the resort including the three restaraunts and pools. The
staffs English though was a bit rough around the edges and some things were not
very clearly explained. Like the "aquarium by the pool". We got to our room, to
find there were two beds… going through the awkward grunts and gestures to
explain we did in fact want one big bed to share ...
... he took into consideration the lives of the local people and after he became aware of the difficulty of getting drinking water, he began to dig Fusuquan (Floating Millet Spring) and the Xixinquan (Cleaning Heart Spring). The water in the Floating Millet Spring is sweet and clear. Its surface is suffused with small bubbles, which look like the seeds of ...
... BBQ Sticks!
It’s not often at all that I eat at the big café/restaurant type places but at the end of a Beers N Noodles Adventure sometimes I like to splurge on some Thai/Malaysian/Japanese type dishes and normally they are outstanding.
Honestly, tonight was just a joke!
Noodles and BBQ = 10Yuan.
Fat & Lettuce = 60Yuan.
... were mostly built by the rich Chinese from the mainland and overseas Chinese who returned to their homeland. The houses are mixture of Portuguese, French and Southeast Asian style. The streets were divided into areas for selling Chinese and Western medicine, silk and tailored clothes, fresh fish and meat, ...
... Hainan’s inarguably most attractive feature is its sandy beaches and bays which are the ideal venues for all manner of water sports, from windsurfing to scuba diving to kayaking.
Sanya city was a favorite haunt of the former Chinese leader, Mao Zedong, himself an avid swimmer. It was also very popular with the Russian elite during the Soviet ...