Travel Blogs from Sanya
... have a set price, to ensure cabs are always at the ready
for the hotel guests. He said it would be only 40 yuan to the train (we had
paid just under 30 getting there so we could live with the extra quid charge.)
the bellboy explained where we were going and told him the fee in both mandarin
and English for our benefit. When we got in the cab however the meter was
running for some reason and already had 30 yuan displayed. The cab driver ...
... we got there.
Wednesday we packed our bags and got the
bullet train down to Sanya, for a two day one night getaway to the other side
of the island. First class tickets were only 20 yuan more expensive, so we
thought we’d splurge. Looking back we still cant figure out what the difference
was between first and coach on the bullet. The seats were identical, and the
coach toilet was a proper toilet, while we had a squat down one in ...
... vacation we just cooled off
and puttered in the lagoon.
If we would have been there longer, we may have taken a tour,
but we decided to swim, read, get massages and simply relax. We met the general
manager of the resort (who is from Australia) and his wife and 5 year old son. Not
bad having this resort to “play” in when you get home from school!
The local Hainanese who worked on the resort were ...
... BUT MY PUMPKIN!!!! YOU'LL GET DARK!!!!!!" Well, God willing, Helen, I'm going to try. As someone who has been the color of eggshell wallpaper my whole life, I find great hope in the possibility of a tan. Granted, it hardly comes to fruition as I usually turn bright red and then peel before anything can truly develop. Well, that even assumes that I have the patience to lay outside long enough. Both of these concepts, the tanning and the laying, ...
... bothered to check it out but today as I had no plans I figured I’d head over and have a look. Unlike most art museums, or any museum for that matter, usually going alone is better than going with a friend ...