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Twenty-four hours after we left home, Paul and I checked into the Copthorne Qingdao Hotel.
Fortunately, a FB friend told me to bring eye drops for the pollution, little did she know that I have chronic corneal abrasions, and the pollution was like a razor blade to my eyes! I was so glad to have the drops, ointment, patches on hand to self-treat …
... the city government brags about how clean it is but that was then this is now. Yes the air is clean when the coastal breezes are blowing over 20 kph, but any slower and the pollution is horrible. Much worse than Shanghai, which tries to put
restrictions on pollution. The traffic is bad as well. During rush hour the entire city is a gridlocked hell where one is gasping for air. This should improve as soon as the ...
Most people will know that Qingdao is famous for its beer. Well apart from the beer it also hosted the sailing for the 2008 Olympics and happen to be steeped in history during various periods of occupation by the Germans and the Japanese. A lot of the historic buildings in Qingdao are built in European style and left behind by the Germans. It was a little surreal to walk down the streets of the Badaguan area and you would ...
... stop in Shanghai for a day or so. We will be in Tsingtao for Chinese New Year which will be an experience. Oh and if you wondering who I was referring to when I say we I will tell you that it's me and my girlfriend Jackie , we met while we're working on board a cruise ship and spent the last six months working in hot teaching English. It gets pretty cold up north about -20° in the depths of winter, so most people end up going on vacation in winter that I mean the ...
... as Huayan Nunnery or Huayan Monastery) was built during the Qing Dynasty (1652). The temple consists of the Three Saints Palace (main hall), eastern & western side halls and the Heavenly King Hall. As the area suggests, this area is more Tibetan than Buddhism with these gods being more typical of the gods found in Tibet or India. The “Huayan Three Saints” are Vairocana Buddha, Bodhisattva Guanyin, and Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva (here the names show the ...
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