He Mei Holiday Bay Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beihai
... change all of it. Fab! After this he took me to the bus station so I could book my ticket. Then I asked if he could drop me somewhere for dumplings as that felt like an appropriate last meal! After food we returned back to the hostel, where I read, packed and pottered about until bed. The cuties at the hostel also came to my room to ask wether they could have a photo with me so that they wouldn't forget me! ...
After a delicious lie in I went for a walk along the sea. After being sufficiently frozen from the wind I headed to the old quarter. Here there were loads of strange statues and people selling deep fried fishy/seafoody carb things. I tried one and think it was probably giant fish balls, so it was yummy. After popping into some shops and narrowly missing being set on fire by some hooligans who were setting off fire crackers for no apparent reason, I got ...
... happy there that we hadn't the smallest reason to complain about anything.
We really can recommend to stay a few days in Behai, although there is not much to do its perfect to relax, take it easy for a day or two.
Seahome Youth Hostel "The Red House"
... were just laying out in the middle of no where with nothing watching them, they had price tags on them.
We spend a about an hour wondering around on the beach and making our way all the way down. On the way back we walked the street instead and I managed to find a store that had the giant cup of Ramon noodles so I could grab something for ...
... snacks to take back to the hotel. I was able to find these really good almond chocolate covered cookies (which had a picture of m&m cookies on the package but they still tasted great!).
We were finally able to get a hot meal of chicken fried rice and egg fried rice before going back to our room with the amazing wood floored shower and rooting for our favorite teams in the Olympics. ...