Yin Zhou Hotel
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... waitresses were hilariously adorable, using their best english. After dinner we journeyed further into town towards the market, scary foods, more giggling chinese, gorgeous clothes, unless nicknacks and a skinned goat.... Seemingly one is killed everyday in the centre of town, was a site we didn't need to see. We passed down through the town and headed to an indoor market where watches and electical goods are sold. Cian and Des admired the beautiful copies, so shiny! ...
... box. They asked if I had had any surgeries in the past? We were warned if you couldn’t see a scar then don’t mention it, it will get too confusing. Perfect, “no surgeries”. Tick in the box!
Ultrasound next…The “Doctor”, I think, was a miner in her past life, because it felt like she was trying to mine for gold in my gut! She pushed the ultrasound wand so hard into me I thought my ribs were going to crack! Then when she ...
... our cotton sleeping bag been more useful than here !! I am not 100% sure but I had this feeling that those bedding sheets never seen any soap water since they start building ships with engines. If even.
The room wasn't big enough to put the backpacks anywhere so we had to share the bed with it. Also remember to take earplugs, its pretty noisy especially the upper bunk cause of the "aircon". ...
... three occasions Lewis came within about an inch of hitting a car or a pole. As
far as I could tell (and I can’t tell very well) I never heard him curse one
time. It was quite a driving performance.
When we got to the pier, it had turned out to be a beautiful day. To get to the restaurant we had to get a ride in a small dinghy. We ate at an open-air restaurant looking out on the bay.
Lewis ordered about every seafood dish you could think of. ...
... for red lights and she said they do, but don't do it. When the light turned green, the street cleaner stopped and went back to the center of the road. In Liuzhou (pronounced Lou Joe), the motor scooters have a lane on the right side of the road to drive on. Not in Sanya. The scooters drive on the roads and sidewalks. So when you're walking on the sidewalks you're dodging scooters! Pedestrians do not have the right of way! By this time Gene was getting a little slap happy and put ...