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... to Weihai to Hailu(v)dao to Qingdao. It began with excitement that goes like, "I am going to the beach!" then the euphoria died when I was stuck in the car for like 12 hours on route to Weihai. You see, I don’t have a car license, so well can’t help much with my kind-of-frustrated Producer, his Assistant aka girlfriend and knowledgeable cinematographer.
We are in search of a tall cliff where our boy ...
... summer, moderate in autumn and warm in winter.
♦When to Go: Without winter chills and summer heat, Weihai is perfect for visiting all the year round, especially in summer.
♦Special Local product: pear jujube, flat peach, gingko, genseng
♦Liugong Island: It is located in Weihai Bay, at the east end of Shandong Peninsula. It is very close to downtown Weihai City, only 20 ...
... of waiting we were told that one of the crew members had broken their finger so they wouldn’t be coming which didn’t seem to be so much of a problem but we still had to wait for the headmaster to get here. Well over an hour late everyone had arrived and it was time to set sail. No more than a few meters out the yacht broke down. Still in the harbour we all waited slowly losing hope that we would get to see the island. While the crew tried to sort the ...
... from Canada to China when he was 13 and was now a sailing instructor by 18. He told us that we would be sailing on catamarans but first we had to learn a few simple knots that as hard as I try I can’t remember what any of them are called, I don’t think I could do them again anyway. Then we had to learn how to put all the sails up and get the boat into the water. This was a lot easier than I had thought, pulling ...
... to our classroom for another 3 hours of lessons. This round of lessons we moved onto actual words rather than just their sounds. The mandarin lesson finished and we all headed to the beach, Oliver stayed behind with a few others to wait for a man to sort out the internet which took blooming ages. Meanwhile on the beach we went skinny dipping sorry I meant skimming stones. The others eventually arrived and we all jumped in for a quick swim. After about an hour we ...