Beihai Li Zhu International Hotel
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... Chinese from Vietnam, whose expulsion from that country in the late 1970s sparked a brief attempt by China to invade its neighbor. Established over 2,000 years ago, the city prospered during the Han era, when it was a busy port.’ From Eyewitness Travel China. Today, Beihai is known as the fastest growing city in China.
There are few beaches there – one of them Silver Beach, nice with lots of food and people. The other, near the Shangri La ...
... in China’. Sometimes only one parent is working, usually a man while a woman stays behind and take care of the child/children and her parents-in-law. Sometimes both young parents work so they have to leave their child with grandparents (typically, husband’s parents).
Of course, this is mainly in villages as the big cities are ruled by different rules, especially now, after China’s opening and getting the influence from the outside world. In the modern ...
... ticket and changing my money. He drove me on his electric scooter (before of course taking the obligatory photos) to Bank of China, and then another branch as they didn't have any dollars. We waited a short while until my number was called and then he explained what I wanted to the guy behind the counter. Unfortunately as a foreigner I cannot exchange as money as I wanted, but he offered to use his Chinese ID so ...
... coconut juice (really yummy, and soothing on my throat - think I am getting ill), and headed south. The intention was to find the number 6 bus and go to a stoney beach that was meant to be quite nice, but I waited for a while at a bus stop that said the 6 came too, and it just didn't. In the end I went to a tiny restaurant and had a point at a picture situation. Food was delicious though. Then I walked back to the hostel in an extremely roundabout ...
THE RED HOUSE
After having hardly slept on the ferry and being travelling for 24hours we were just looking for a bed. Anything but as soon as possible. The closest we found was a Youth Hostel about 1Km next to the Ferry arrival doc, and it turned out to be a real hidden gem ! A ruby to be precise if you go by the colour...
Although its only 1Km take the 'TukTuk" the way to ...