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The weather has been right beaut this week in Qingdao and I've had a pretty busy week. I Climbed Fu Shan, one of the mountains around Qingdao, wandered through Zhongshan Park, flew a kite at May Fourth square and even had time to go on a three person bike. What do you call that? A triodum? Anyway it was pretty funny. I also went on my first night out ...
... of doing it. So I'm getting on alright.
My vegetarianism has gone out the window pretty much as the Chinese don't seem to do veggie options, or at least I don't have the vocab to ask for it. They bloomin love meat here. I walked past a stall at a food fair the other day and I could swear that they were selling all meat hotdogs, as in the bun was made of meat as well. ...
... opens up sometime in 2015, or 2016, or 2017 but no matter what date you hear, I assure you that the metro is coming and will help the traffic and pollution considerably. But why live in a dirty place under extreme reconstruction even for one year while your health is at risk? But a visit should be ok!
My finance' visited and we spent three days looking for schools for her daughter. After three ...
... of the capital. Now no trip to Qingdao would be complete without a visit to the Tsingtao beer museum. I can honestly say the museum was a fascinating place, not only can you learn about beer making (boring part) but it takes you through the last 100 odd years of Qingdao. From the Germans to the Japanese, to the KMT and the present day PRC. You can see that over the years the influences that the Germans and the ...
Is the first day of the month long trip and I'm writing from this train from Hohhot to Tsingtao in China. Now this isn't any normal train its a sleeper train that travels over 26 hours to Our destination. now this train has different types of cars now seated cars, normal sleeper class and second-class sleepers. We are travelling in a normal sleeper on the top bunk bed of three beds high. As a foreigner in northern China you tend to get a lot of people looking at you but I ...