Yejingzhu Guest House
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 were
greeted with coconut milk and an English speaking staff member. We were in
heaven from the getgo! We opted to upgrade for a minimal cost to the executive
room. Up on the 16th floor we had a living room, two bathrooms and a
patio that overlooked the coast and private beach. The weather was a polar
opposite to the day befores torrential rain so we slapped on some sun screen
and ran to the pool area before heading to the beach. The hotel has ...
... is huge!!
Since this was off season, it was not too busy and we had no problem getting
into restaurants for dinner without making reservations.
The beach was disappointing for 2 reasons. One was the beach in front of the hotel was clean
and maintained but once past the resort, not so much-garbage, bottles, broken
glass littered the sand. It did not make walking the surf very enjoyable. The second reason was ...
... my dear Watson. Shoot me.
Tangent over and focus regained--I went to Sanya! Sanya is officially my favorite place in China! It was PERFECT! It was much more of what I had imagined China to be with cows in the streets, no noticeable chain brands (with the exception of the Starbucks I hunted down with the vigor of a Great White during surfing season), street vendors everywhere, and, miracle of miracles, the SUN! That sucker must have ...
... 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.
Beers N Noodles ...