New Year’s Day, 2007 in Sanya, China

New Year’s Day was a fine day as usual in China.  We went to the beach in front of Holiday Inn.

Everybody must have stayed up late; the beach was empty.

We had lunch at the coffee shop by the beach and walked by it.

We headed for Nanwan Monkey Island taking a cable car.

At the entrance, a big statue of philosopher welcomed us.

The island was literally full of monkeys.

All the monkeys live outside.  Visitors can freely see them live.

It was a paradise for monkeys.  We found a swimming pool for them.

After dinner, we rent bicycles at the hotel.  Katya had not been riding it since she was a child.  They were bikes with gears, but she soon got used to it.

We enjoyed an evening ride and decided to ride around the town next day.

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2 Responses to New Year’s Day, 2007 in Sanya, China

  1. AdelaideBen says:

    A great place for a holiday by the looks… beautiful water…. and a lot closer than Hawaii or Guam!

  2. Muravej says:

    Sanya was beautiful! And foods were good, too.
    Unfortunately, there is not a direct flight either from Vladivostok or from Japan. Therefore, it took us much time to meet there.

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