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Weihai Travel Guide(Shandong China)
♦Location: Located in the east end of Shandong Province, Weihai is surrounded by the Yellow Sea in the north, east and south with a 986 kilometers (613 miles) coastline in total. It neighbors Yantai in the west and is separated from the Korean Peninsular and Japanese chain islands by the sea in the east.
♦History: Since Wendeng County was established in 568, this area ...
... was supposed to pick us up from the harbour had been cancelled so we had no way to get back. Yet another hour of waiting we managed to all squeeze into the back of a small minivan which took us into town where we had lots of food and lots more drink before heading home. Our last day in Weihai was one not to be forgotten. With our last mandarin class in the morning we were handed our completion certificates and each had to give a little speech we had written in ...
... was in front of me stopping me from understanding anything from that point on. Anything that was said to me, even things I knew, would just sound like gobbled gook. I did not have a clue. Feeling very frustrated with myself not being able to do simple Chinese like telling the time after class we continued to practice. We only had a little bit of time for lunch before we had to meet up again. With all the learning after class ...
... good nightlife. We were taken to a KTV on the outskirts of the city centre but decided against it as the price of beer was ridiculous. Not from where we were dropped off we managed to find a club. Once inside Oliver managed to sniff out the pole and was dancing on it before anyone had time to blink. The rest of the night still seems to be a bit hazy but it was a great laugh. I’m just glad that I left my camera in my room so there will be no embarrassing photos this time. ...
... While we were
driving I couldn’t stop looking around, most of the places we have been in
China have been quite dirty and dusty due to most of the county being a desert
but it was nothing like that here. The streets were clean and nothing seemed to
be chaos like everywhere else. I actually think they follow rules on the roads
here. The camp is quite far away from most things in Weihai apart from the
sea. One of the ...