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... ona had to speak to a girl on the phone who explained what he was doing, strange....out of nerves we presume he upgrades us to an executive suite! Talk about fancy! Running around the coridors with excitement we finally said goodnight, the boys took advantage of the lush big bath, while us girlies chose our delectably comfy beds and sleep! Facebook, instagram, Google, everything is blocked here...that'll take some getting used to. Until tomorrow Clíona, Miriam, Des & Cian ...
I did not have time to finish my blog, so here is the condensed version of the last couple of days:
It has been a crazy busy few days. No time to eat or think. The sleep thing is getting better. Waking up at 5am instead of 4 is always good.
It's the dreaded medical day. No food or drink this morning, fasting time! Most of the candidates are weeded out at this step. The Chinese medical is at the level of astronaut! Blood, urine, EEC, EKG, eyes, ears nose throat, HIV, ...
... br> If you need to go to the toilet better do it soon and bring paper... But its not all bad they have a shower and cafeteria where you can get some sort of dinner, (if you brave enough to eat it and if you have lots of toilet paper for afterwards.) More important is they have a little shop where they sell crisps and beer ! After a few Tsingtao the whole thing is only half as bad and they make ...
... It was about 170 miles from Sanya. Sanya is at the southern end of the island and Haikou is at the north end. On the way, we went by Xinlong, famous for its coffee, Joan and Belinda wanted to stop and have a coffee break, but we passed the exit before we realized it. We figured no coffee.
All of the sudden, out of nowhere we saw a sign for a café featuring Xinlong coffee. It
was a coffee miracle. Nowhere along the expressway, in all of Hainan, did I ...
... new word in Chinese today, 'Feng Le', which means 'Crazy'. This is the word he uses to describe the driving in Sanya, Hainan. On the way to Haikou, we were stopped at an intersection for a red light. There was a street cleaner in the center of the road who stepped in front of the stopped cars to sweep the street on our side. The motor scooters to the right of us were all going through the red light, crossing in front of us, to turn left. I asked Belinda if the scooters don't have ...