TripAdvisor Reviews Huana Hotel Shouguang
Travel Blogs from Shouguang
... us, and thanked
us for teaching their kids English. A few parents asked for us to take pictures
with their children but the best one was when a mother asked her daughter to
take a picture of me and her… she held my hand while we took the photo it was
really cute. We also received our timetables for which classes we will be
teaching. I will be teaching grades three and five.., with some random classes
of grade 4 and 6. Out of all three of us I got ...
... 15minutes later when he realised he didn’t know how to fix it, he called a real air-conditioning man who lived near by who just “popped on over” with his grandson... all of a sudden we had 5 Chinese people in our apartment at 8:30, none of which looked like they were leaving anytime soon! All of us that actually lived in the apartment were about ready to go ahhaha eventually, once there was a thorough inspection of the air-conditoners ...
The city is about an hour and a half by bus from where we
live but we were all desperate to get out and explore even with the heat. The bus ride itself was actually good, I slept
for most of it as usual so it went quickly… luckily we don’t have to worry
about when to get off because Weifang is the last stop haha and there is only
one bus (good old bus 68) that goes there.
Once we had ...
... br> to where we live and this area…. Which is what I consider just rural china, the
houses are broken down and the roads are dirt and filled with pot holes. There
are all kinds of alley ways and pathways among the bush and in between houses it’s
actually quite incredible. While walking through I saw a house with a massive
drying rack out the front, drying noodles (or spaghetti? Probably noodles haha)
and nearly all ...
... weird kinds of meat too, like whole chickens, just slabs of steak (I think) and things like fish.. it smelt so bad! How do Chinese people not die after eating it? Most of the stuff that was being sold, was sold on tables made of sheet metal in the full sun. the worst part was people where actually buying it haha maybe they are just way more accustomed to it than we westerners are.
While I was there I bought some grapes ...