Minghai Garden Hotel
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 ...
... was pretty basic, with the only sit down restaurant shut down for construction
and maintenance. In the grocery store my search for diet coke, came up with
nothing still. The drink has not been on offer anywhere since our first day in
Beijing! They had coke zero, which has been quite easy to get, but the drink is
only available in sizes 550ml and smaller. While in the store, a woman
approached and asked us if we were the two gentleman staying in 1207 at ...
... we explored the pool. This was definitely one of the
best pools on a resort I have been to!! It was enormous. This lagoon pool had
several coves with built in Jacuzzi tubs, waterfalls, bridges to swim under,
swim up bar, water volley ball area, a sandy area, kids play area, and plants
and trees incorporated everywhere! Lovely, lovely and very relaxing!
There was also a
separate lap pool for serious swimmers-but ...
... one. Often times, when I don't understand or I do something completely stupid, I say "Dway buchi, Wo sha lao wei." Of course, the spelling is off here but I'm saying "I'm sorry, I'm a foolish foreigner." Well, at least that's what I thought I was saying. After I used this line at work a few weeks ago, a brave Chinese colleague corrected my pronunciation of "sha." Apparently, it's one of those tricky tone ones. I defended myself saying, "Oh well, it's ...
... part of the picture and didn’t it bring out the child in everyone there, in fact it even brought out the child in the children.
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