It seems like I am a little too obsessed with construction in Sanya but I do not think as much as the city of Sanya is. Construction at some point got so out of control that we were literally all surrounded by closed roads under construction or demolished buildings. At some point, we could not find an exit out of the village by car because all of the streets were closed. We finally found a street that led us out of the village. However, the roads are so narrow and a bit scary to crash into walls in those complicating turns. Also, if you have ever been to China you can imagine cars parked in the middle of the street and motorbikes left obstructing the already limited space left to drive. Of course if you are a pedestrian and own a motorbike everything is easily accessible. Cars on the other hand are a little bit cursed here! The streets are so narrow and with tight turns, it is a real cars labyrinth.
That was a few weeks ago, now a couple of more streets have been reopened. Sadly the main road next to our home still has a couple of more months to go. Apparently the government wants to widen the road to reduce traffic influx. For now I will just have to deal with noises from destruction and road inconveniences. The perks of living in a city that wants to be both the future Hawaii and the city of Las Vegas. Seems like an intangible idea but at the speed construction and demolition are occurring it would not surprise me if next time I wake up there is a casino right next to me.