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 ...
... a relatively stable administrative region. Wehai was named Weihaiwei during Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) due to the Weihai Port which was founded to repel raids by Japanese pirates.
♦Physical Features: Weihai is located in an undulant hilly area featuring gentle slopes and broad valleys. Apart from the major hilly areas, Weihai has broad area of littoral and mountain foot plains. The terrain of the city slopes gently, ...
... 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 ...
I'm so tired! Getting back at 2am this morning and waking up at 6.45am is really not going to help my Mandarin. Our class started at 8am and we were taking bets on who would not turn up because of their hangover. Luckily everyone was there in person, not so much with working brains. 3 hours in to our lesson I was feeling strangely confident. I knew exactly what we were learning and felt I could do it. Then it hit me. A huge ...
... 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 ...