Blue Sky Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I end up in the north-west costal site of China. For what, you might ask? Well, Project fLOVEh - travel 30 plans have come to a halt due to this project. I have been called by the school to help direct a student-teacher's short film. The main character, the big, blue sea. The challenge, the big, blue sea. The other challenge, the limited amount of money we have applied for. At this moment, I am experiencing an uncomfortable road trip ...
... visitors can reach Yantai within two hours.
♦ 2. Three ports in Weihai have passenger transport service. In the Port of Weihai, No.53, Binhai Bei Lu, Weihai city proper, there are ships to Dalian every Sunday and three ships a week to Incheon Korea. New Port of Shidao and Longyan Port are respectively situated in Shidao Town and Chengshan Town of Ronfcheng City, from which there are ships to Incheon and Pyongtaek of Korea.
So our last week in Weihai was very eventful from me forgetting my own name to singing a Chinese song on stage at a huge fancy gala. The end of our first week in Weihai ended on a high as we all took part in a sailing race. We were in teams of 3-5 and had to complete a course around boats, children and rubber rings. The first team to finish all 3 laps we crowned champions. This title was graciously accepted by Oliver, Jay and I. We even managed to lap a few teams on ...
... it was time to bring the boats back onto the beach so we could pack everything away again. I have to say, it is a lot easier taking everything down than it is putting it all up. With the boats all clean and put away the bus had arrived to take us back to the campus. By the time we got back everyone was exhausted. We decided to give the beach a miss for tonight since it wasn’t that sunny anyway and head for bed.
... take a guy called Emmet to a fish restaurant for his birthday. I hate fish but I’m happy to say, I tried everything from Oysters to king prawns. Didn’t like it but I’m very proud that I ate it. I’m not so proud of myself when it came down to the alcohol. In China they have a drink called Bijou. This is nasty stuff! That mixed with the amount of beer I drank resorted into a very drunk Yasmin. From the restaurant we headed into town in search ...