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... the Prinsendam, lamented how lame the internet service was on their June/July cruise to Alaska. I am happy to report that the system is working much, much better than it did in the beginning, and I am finally coming to grips with the problems of using Travel Bot this time. Thanks
On Oct 10th, Larry S of PA asked if there would be an “expanded talk and phot session” upon our return. Not sure many folks would be interested, but I ...
Today we had a delightful day in Qingdao, China. Qingdao is beautiful coastal city with an interesting history. The city is sometimes referred to as the Switzerland of the east because it is surrounded by water on three sides and beautiful green hills on the other. It has a population of over 8 million and is a popular tourist attraction for the Chinese and Korean's due to its beaches and mild climate.
In 1846, when only a ...
... of German settlers during the late 1800's. In fact, the beer here is well known since it was part of the German heritage – we tried some and it is very good!
Again we had a glorious weather day. We didn’t spend much time exploring the city, though we walked along the business district and discovered a very quaint long alley full of street food vendors barbequing squid, ...
... with my Russian pals. It turns out if you're a woman or foreign here you'll never have to pay for a drink so I was quids in as I tick both of this boxes. The bars were nothing all that special but I spent no money all night which is pretty great. I'm also getting pretty adept with chopsticks. I ate a big fat scotch pancake style thing with them the other day, winner. ...
The ferry was a little too easy and without enough stress. At a guess, I was only surrounded by Korean and Chinese nationals, so I had a chance to do some quick comparison work to help build some more constricting and unhelpful stereotypes. As soon as I boarded, I was instantly stuck by how Mandarin sounds, being a lot more guttural than I had imagined. I was also interested to see the empowered way ...