I’m back to the island and it’s So good to be home!
After a looong trip (will start posting hopefully next week of all my travels), I went to visit my grandparents.
I love visiting them, picking up some of my best childhood memories at their houses. They never fail to remind me the essence and beauty of life.
Believe or not it’s quite easy to get carried away in a materialistic lifestyle when you live in a big city, temporality forgetting what’s truly important and priceless in life.
It’s been so relaxing and nice to be on an island with my family but I’m flying somewhere extremely high and cold tomorrow. My cousin is currently helping me pack while I’m writing this post :p
Anyway, I wanna share a spot with you, come along!
A friend took me to a famous park in Sanya, it’s called Turning Back Deer Park (long name, I know). It comes with a love story told by a minority tribe on this island, I’ll tell you in a bit.
I’m meeting a friend for coffee, she took me somewhere near the beach with a great view in Da Dong Bay
The temperature has been all the way up to 92F every day, sitting somewhere indoor with A/C is necessary.
The dessert culture is very different in China. We usually have fruit plates after a meal rather than a chocolate cake or creme brule.
People love to go to a dessert restaurant to have dessert in the afternoon or at night.
I love the concept! My cousin who lives here took me somewhere yummy.
Too much vacation is making me very very lazy. No complains tho, I can finally catch up with some readings. :p
My little niece is staying with us for a week, that’s why I haven’t had much time to blog. Did you miss me?
I love spending quality time with my family, especially with the little one!
And I’m so excited to share it with you.
We strolled around the city and shopped in different malls.
Mom got a box of chocolates. Dad and I got a bunch of workout clothes, we like to hit the gym together. We also bought some gifts for my little niece.
Guangzhou is a very diversified city. Modern downtown with not much difference than any other big cities, but there’s a huge contrast if you drive 30 mins out.
I’m sitting by the beach by the time this post is up :p
You guessed it right, I’m on vacay! My parents live on an island in China, here. I can’t wait to share some of my favorite hotels on this island!
Anyhow, back to Guangzhou, one of the top cities in China and I thought I might take you with me.