Sanya Bay Asgard Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sanya
... trip. We attempted a lounge by the pool before we left, but the
sun didn’t show its face that day. Matt got his burger he had become so
enamored with from the restaurant before we got in the shuttle service provided
by the airport. Upon arriving, we found our flight was to be delayed by an hour
and a half. Taking the opportunity, I had an incredibly uncomfortable 30 minute
massage in a vibrating chair. The plane arrived sooner than expected, ...
... t want us to leave and
started yelling free drinks. Another hour and 3 free mojitos later, we hopped
in a cab and headed back to the hotel. Olga found out breakfast was not
included in our stay and became extremely agitated. Her and Sean had breakfast
included and wanted us to join them. When we got the lobby, Olga put her front
desk hotel reception face on and convinced the hotel staff to throw in free
breakfast, a 350 yuan add on to our already great stay!
... br> taken by a local man. At first we thought that they wanted us to take a picture
of them, but he motioned for us to stand beside his father so he could get a
picture of us. It seems that some local Chinese outside of big cities do not
encounter “westerners” and when they do, love getting pictures taken with them.
It would be like us going to say any foreign country or exotic land and having
our picture ...
Following on the heels of my Daddy's trip to China, I left for Sanya. Literally--on the heels. Well, at least I think 15 hours constitutes "on the heels." Sometimes the English language is truly perplexing. For example, I recently had to explain to Helen (Chinese colleague) what the phrase "went to town" means. As in, on of my learners "went to town" with her cookie icing. Helen wanted to know why a child would take her icing into a town. That's a ...
... 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 ...