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... br> each chair facing another around a table. So despite it being an hour and a
half away the ride was bearable. Christian and I played cards, I taught him how
to play snap (properly) because the Danish version is very mild in comparison,
he didn’t like it that much as he thought it was violent… until Adrian showed
us a German card game called “fire” (its original name is the German word for
fire but I cant spell it haha) ...
... the equivalent of 30p...!! You can imagine 60 westerners realising this on our arrival at the hotel, needless to say the the production manager coined the phrase 'this is not a stag do!', to which noone paid much attention!! There is also a lot of street food 'restaurants' chairs and tables on the side of the street serving bbq'd meats and such like, we found one on the beach front with a lovely view and ate bbq'd meats with fried ...
... the outside. People watching through the viewing window found the journey quite humorous. It reminded me of why I don’t drink much anymore
The next step was the gift shop, where we discovered that the western tourists are still new to the area. Credit cards are not accepted and most of us did not have enough yuan to shop. The store could have sold out if they had just accepted credit cards. But have no fear, where there is a will ...
Qingdao (pronounced "Zhing Dow") is a mixture of old of new. Old Qingdao is dirty and gritty. The new city is clean and shiny since it was built for the sailing events of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing and it has many new skyscrapers. This is also an important Chinese Navy port - five submarines and various other ships were in port with us.
This area also has an ...
Today we start with our usual scheme: 7-8-9 meaning rolling at 9 am. We are taking a bus to see the old city around the pier. The houses look similar to Europe. This town including the beer factory is built by Germans. After visiting the pier we go for lunch in the heritage restaurant in Jiang Ming Fan Zhaang where we enjoy the traditional music played alive in the place. During the lunch they are selling paintings ...