Travel Blogs from Sanya
... midnight just before the front desk
closed for the evening. They didn’t have any private rooms available till Sunday
evening so we were forced to accept a room in the six bed mixed dorm. One of
the other guests in our room was a man by the name of Guy from Israel. He told
us about some cool places to eat in the city and to make sure we met Frahani
and her friends, as they were good people and could show us the best of the
nightlife in the city.
... as green tea waffles.
After having felt we got our moneys worth
(I stuffed loads of milk buns in my pocket for later!) we opted for a day
lounging by the pool. As the sun was out, the pool was empty with the Asian
guests hiding in their rooms awaiting cloudier hours or evening. We got in a
good two hours of lounging and full body fish therapy before the thunder storms
struck! Not wanting to sit in the room all afternoon we thought we ...
Hainan Island is the southern-most point of China and is
known as” China’s Hawaii”. It is very hot and humid and in the earliest days,
government officials were banished there to be punished. It was thought of as being sent to” the gates of hell.” Not much of a punishment, if you ask me, but I guess they did not
have an escape from the heat in the form of air-conditioning. Today it is ...
... a brutal break-up with Shanghai and now only shows up periodically to return boxes of mementos from their formal marital bliss. I was so happy to see that the sun, is in fact, a polygamist and maintains a happy and loving relationship with other non-polluted areas of China. Whew.
So, I thought about giving you a play by play of my vacation...and then I just decided that you could watch it here. This is a video I made for Helen so she could ...
Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,
3D art really is so much fun!
Judy and I had walked past the art museum on several occassions but due to the massive Spring Festival price increase we ...