Haiyue Jianguo Hotel Weihai
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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 ...
... by tour ship.
♦Because of its natural beauty and pleasant climate, the island enjoys the reputation of 'a fairy isle on the sea' and 'a Garden of Eden'. Marked by uneven terrain, the island is high in the north and low in the south. Large waves dash against the smooth cliffs in the north end while vast beaches of fine sands extend for miles along the coast in the south.
♦ 1. Weihai Wendeng ...
... for most of us it went along the lines of "I have 5 people in my family, I like apples, I love china etc" however we could all see how much everyone has improved in the last 2 weeks. The afternoon activity was supposed to be doing a triathlon however it felt like a million degrees so we persuaded them to cancel the hard physical activity and have one final day on the beach. After one last dip in the sea it was time to pack luckily Sonya was leaving her suitcase behind ...
... 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 ...
... but bad because sometimes you would get a bit lost. Our teacher wanted us to learn the sounds of each tone and recognise it when said to us. I sucked at this. Even though there are only 4 tones it is so easy to get them mixed up with each other. After lunch we headed back to Oliver’s room and decided to spend an hour just catching up on what had been said in the mandarin lessons so we weren’t left to far behind. After a little while of revising we ...