Boao Canal Village Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Catherine is really welcoming. She drives us around on an orientation of the town and she introduces us to her favourite restaurants. The main beach is a few minutes walk from her hostel and it is quiet with warm sea waters. Despite the huge number of monstrous cranes building new hotels along the beach front, it's still a quiet and sleepy place. Using her network of hotel contacts and ...
... the dragon boat festival holiday.”
Just booked my tickets for the next trip back to Bo’ao – can’t wait to take Mike and show him the other side of China – and to see my new friends again. This was such a long entry in the blog, I tried to make it shorter but so much happened, so much good stuff, so if you’ve read this far – hope you enjoyed the trip with me.
... symbols matching the coconut plantation. it is a good idea to have this written in Chinese symbols to show the driver when getting on. This bus costs 7.5Y and takes you over the river and deep into the plantation taking one hour.
Once we got to the plantation we had people approaching us (as usual) asking if we wanted a lift to the beach, yet again they lied telling us the beach is in the wrong place jsut so we get a lift with them. after asking some local kids, ...
... You see he's been to Australia a few times, so we often speak of the things he's seen. We get to the topic of women, a common topic among chinese/foreigner relations. The usual question comes up "Do you think Chinese women are beautiful?" "Would you want to marry one?" Well, I would like to answer a resounding "**** YEAH!" to the first, but answer much more politely. To which the principal stands up, sticks out his ****, places his hands wide ...
Man, what an extraordinary day Was awoken by my phone, early, after a big night at aussie Geoff's Western cafe. A fellow teacher at the school is married to a producer of local soaps and it turns out he needed a foreigner for a bit in one of his shows. I figured a small extra bit, maybe one line: "ni hao" or something. WRONG!! This was a main charcter role. With lines in Chinese. So, here's ...