Weihai Baohai Hotel
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The venue for our first concert was the Dalian Development Area Grand Theatre. As with any large city there are 'rough' areas and 'nice' areas but Dalian seems to be pretty polar in this regard. There are parts of town that look as though they haven't been cleaned or maintained in years and then there's the Dalian Development Area which is pristinely beautiful. I guess it's easier and more fun to build something new than to maintain something old. ...
The size of China and the relative size of its cities are hard to get your head around. Dalian, the city we are in now has a population of just under 7 million - it makes up only .5 of a percent of the Chinese population of 1.4 Billion. Auckland's 1.4 million is a third of NZ's population. The density of high rise buildings is staggering. We arrived at our hotel ...
When meeting for breakfast we were informed that the food standard was well below what they had experienced so far. It was our second morning at the hotel and the warm milk, noddles and rice would not normally be our first choice. Apparently when arriving on the ferry they got to see China's first aircraft carrier in the port. The location of the Dalian port is meant to be strategic and due to its proximity to Korea and access to the Pacific. A tour bus took the group for a 1/2 day ...
Today some people go home and send their cars back to the port to ship the vehicles back. One car goes to Singapore and two other cars are shipped to Port Klang in Malaysia. And the rest of the team will have half a day for sightseeing and free program. In the afternoon we visit a massage place and head to the food street for dinner to enjoy fried rice in a ...
We leave the hotel at 6.30 am and go directly to the pier. When we reach the parking lot we have to open our trucks for inspection. That takes us around 30 minutes. Then we drive backwards into the ferry in reverse. The passengers and the drivers enter the ferry separately. After parking the trucks we go to small bunkers for 4 people with double deck beds to take a nap. The journey will take us 7 hours. After we reach the Dalian pier we drive to the hotel ...