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... Tsing Tao) was once an old German colony and is well known for it's beer, seafood, and beaches! "Beer City" it is often called. The Qingdaoians love to party down!
Old Town where the Germans lived is a hilly and fascinating
place--much of it was built in the first decade of the 20th century.
The youth Hostel I stayed in is known as the "Kaiyue" and was built from
the remains of the old ...
Most people will know that Qingdao is famous for its beer. Well apart from the beer it also hosted the sailing for the 2008 Olympics and happen to be steeped in history during various periods of occupation by the Germans and the Japanese. A lot of the historic buildings in Qingdao are built in European style and left behind by the Germans. It was a little surreal to walk down the streets of the Badaguan area and you would ...
Is the first day of the month long trip and I'm writing from this train from Hohhot to Tsingtao in China. Now this isn't any normal train its a sleeper train that travels over 26 hours to Our destination. now this train has different types of cars now seated cars, normal sleeper class and second-class sleepers. We are travelling in a normal sleeper on the top bunk bed of three beds high. As a foreigner in northern China you tend to get a lot of people looking at you but I ...
... fireworks, with recent pieces of firework trash. They must hold frequent celebrations or memorials to honor this god.
From there we hiked around the next corner and found Mazu - the god of the sailors and fisherman, which stands nearly 10-12 m (50’). She stands at the grand entrance to this region they call the Chinese Tibetan World, which is home to the Huayan Temple and Naluoyan Cave.
Huayan Temple （华严寺） ...
... The restaurant name is "船歌鱼水ཙ 0;”, where they have all the live seafood displaying at the lobby of the restaurant for you to choose. I highly recommend the "Dark" squid dumplings and the only desert on the menu-cheese Chinese Yam. The price is reasonable compared with in Shanghai or Bejing - e.g. shrimp for RMB38/500g. It's my first time to try the "dark" dumplings, check out ...