Leaguer Resort Sanya Bay
Travel Blogs from Sanya
... groceries, but never in a line that was this long before. I
tapped the women’s shoulder and told her no and pointed to the back of the line
and told her thankyou in mandarin. She brushed off my poor linguistics and
continued to maintain her place in the line. Fortunately the woman behind us
was just as agitated and jumped to our rescue. We aren’t sure what she said,
but from her tone, the gyst of it was probably something along the lines ...
... in the right direction. As we were going though the rain really
started to kick in. the rain here when it starts, seems to never end.
Visibility was so bad, that we ended up missing our stop and had to get off
much further away then we had anticipated. Two local girls seemed to think we
only needed to walk about five minutes back to get to where we needed to be.
They were only off with there estimation by about 20 minutes… the rain by that
... 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 ...
... trip together. My leaving has become a frequent conversation between the two of us and I thought this might be a nice talisman of our adventure. Brace yourself though--it's pretty long and, well, film production is not a future career choice.
So, what am I actually going to write about my trip to Sanya? I'm going to discuss the joys and complications of traveling with a Chinese person. You're welcome.
1. Eating becomes so much ...
Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,
3D art really is so much fun!
Judy and I had walked past the art museum on several occassions but due to the massive Spring Festival price increase we ...