Taifuunin jälkeen vauriot kaduilla olivat selvästi havaittavissa. Palmuja ja kookoksia oli tullut alas mojovia määriä. Laseja oli pamahdehdellut rikki ja joka paikka täynnä lentänyttä moskaa ja roskaa tietenkin.
Tänä aamuna lähtivät viimeiset (Pirkko Walden ja Christer Carlsson) - täytyy sanoa, että tulee jopa ikävä muutaman päivän ystävyyden perusteella! Mutta onneksi eBEREA verkoston kokoukset eivät tähän lopu, ensi vuonna sitten taas!
So the current news from Sanya continue. We tried to get our delayed flight yesterday but unfortunately all the three roads were blocked when we were trying to get through them, so we decided to wait out the floods for two more days in Sanya. I can't really complain - there is worse places to be stuck in. After the typhoon, there is a lot to do - damages in here don't seem incredible, but there is still a lot of junk at shore, lots of landslides that have caused the roads to flood, lots of aquarium tanks that have burst on the restaurant doors, lots and lots of palm tree junk. I was thinking that these kinds of days no Chinese needs to stand around in their work - there is so much to clear. Luckily as there is so many Chinese, they really seem to do it at awesome speed. I am sure we can get out on Wednesday, I am hoping that by then, the flights would leave at somewhat in time. Let's see. The blessing of this storm was that there was great company to wait for the storm to pass. I think the whole group of eBEREA researchers really bonded over this - how many times you have this many lunches, dinners and drinks together - I think that overall this was a very interesting few days with these professors and I was quite sad to see the last of them leave this morning. However, we will see each other again of course, thanks to eBEREA:)