Travel Blogs from Sanya
... to enjoy the red rice wine Jacuzzis and were
joined by a Chinese couple from Beijing and their 13 year old son. He had been
taking English lessons and took the opportunity to practice, translating
between his parents and us.
Friday morning, we started the task of
packing to head to Shanghai. Having gotten past the halfway mark of our trip,
we didn’t want to leave Hainan as it signified that we were getting nearer to
the end ...
driver how to get there! The driver needed the phone number so that he could
call up for directions. We had to turn on data roaming for only 2 minutes and
thirty seconds resulting in a whopping 17 pound bill! That’s 170 rmb, which is
more than the cost of a hostel stay for the two of us in central China. Not
including our phone bill, the cab only cost 25 yuan for the 30 minute drive to
Upon arrival at the ...
... tourist attraction for Chinese people and is especially busy during January
We had a lovely retreat on Sanya beach for 4 days. The Island is very tropical and mountainous.
On the 30 min drive from the airport to the resort we drove through several
lengthy tunnels presumably blasted through a mountain for the road. Like what I have seen of China so far, there is also a lot of construction going on.
... on a broom and when I finally caught up to her she said that now she knows what it feels like to be me in China. She was slightly more hesitant to pimp me out for pictures after that. Thanks, Helen. :)
4. Helen hates the sun.
After we booked our plane tickets for Sanya, Helen and I began discussing what we wanted to do. This was easy for me. "I want to lay on the beach. That's it. That's all." Helen acted as though she had caught me ...
... 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 ...