Ariva Qingdao Hotel & Serviced Apartment
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... The rooms (two people per room, Katrin and I shared one while
the boys shared the other) contained a double bed, no windows, a small dresser
with a tv and a cupboard sized bathroom equipped with its own squat toilet and
shower hose right over it haha although they were dodgy they were cleaner than
expected and we really only needed them to sleep in so it wasn’t too bad. In saying
that though I took all my belongings with me every time we ...
... and beer for about £1.20 per head! This is also where I made friends with Ren (the 2 year old) Tumama (his toy bunny rabbit) and his parents who spoke minimal english, they were just adorable visiting from Guangzhou for a family holiday. I now have penpals in Guangzhou and they have invited me to stay whenever i wish, Ren also started calling me sister, and frequently sends me Voice Memos, telling me he misses me! (anyone who knows ...
... this tour – 4 hrs. Why did I leave my Bose noise cancelling earphones in the cabin?
An hour and a half later we arrived at Mount Laoshan for a guided tour of Taiqing Palace, a sacred Taoism temple. The Palace was built in 140 BC by a Han Dynasty official who devoted himself to Taoist development. IT was a beautiful location situated on a beautiful bay, surrounded by high rocky hills. I will add a few pictures. After ...
... Everything is used including feeding the barley and yeast wastes to pigs, making bricks and using broken glass to make the bottles. The company boasts of its commitment to the workers and to the community.
The facility was fully handicapped accessible and though the workers did not speak English, they appeared whenever we hit a roadblock for the scooter and showed us the path to take. It was amazing how many different people ...
... and mystery meats on a stick. Many locals were having lunch there and it made for a great people watching experience.
We’ll be at sea tonight and tomorrow, arriving in Shanghai at 9 p.m. tomorrow evening.
We like to take the galley (kitchen) tour when offered and always learn something new. Today we learned that over 100 people work in the galley and ...