Jinling Holiday Resort
Travel Blogs from Sanya
... midnight just before the front desk
closed for the evening. They didn’t have any private rooms available till Sunday
evening so we were forced to accept a room in the six bed mixed dorm. One of
the other guests in our room was a man by the name of Guy from Israel. He told
us about some cool places to eat in the city and to make sure we met Frahani
and her friends, as they were good people and could show us the best of the
nightlife in the city.
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 ...
... 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 ...
... and my inability to stop applying sunscreen), Helen became my official interpreter. This, hopefully, was not intolerable as this is basically what she does for me everyday. However, Helen became my interpreter to everyone else as well. This meant that Helen also became a photographer.
Really, she was pretty cool with the first five or six Chinese people who came up to her and said "askij dskjie eij sekh?" She would smile and nod and say "Oh! ...
... loved but also the many couples (of all ages) giggling their way around each floor.
It actually sounded like a childrens playgroud as each painting had 'a thing/point/place’ where a person stands ...