Jinhua Hotel

Address: Lishan Road, Linyi, Shandong, 276000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lishan Road, Linyi.
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Travel Blogs from Linyi

A late birthday present

A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Nov 05, 2015

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... it at night to watch the sunrise. After
looking at photos and thinking about hostels and things like that we decided
that we would climb it at night so that we wouldn’t have to worry about a
hostel or anything like that. So, to prevent myself from freezing to death at
the top I went out and bought myself a fancy waterproof jacket. Its electric
blue, very comfortable and only cost me 160 yuan ...

In the jungle pt 2

A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Nov 03, 2015

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... focus. This week im playing Chinese Whispers (although I just call it whispers
to them) which is actually so funny, I think I even find it more fun than the
kids do. I divide the class into three teams (which is convenient because they
sit in three big long tables) and get the two kids that sit at the end to be
the start and the end. The person who has to say the sentence out loud, I bring
out to the front where the board is and ...

Halloween Lunch

A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Oct 31, 2015

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... one, it was very cute
although a bit small and weak. We said goodbye to Adrian’s friend shortly after
and headed back to the bus stop for what we would soon discover would be a very
long (2hours) and very cold bus ride. Katrin headed back to Shouguang with the
Cat carefully hidden in her jumper.

In honour of Halloween we invited Alayna over to our
apartment (once we got home) to watch a scary movie, I had downloaded
“Poltergeist” ...

Lao Shi Lao Shi - Teacher Teacher!

A travel blog entry by davidavi on Sep 24, 2012

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... students, but students also help teachers and together we grow. No wonder my answer is "Yes Tom, play football."

My Mandarin is coming along and I can now say silly sentences with all the words I know. Although the tonal aspect presents some difficulty that the west seems to dwell on, the language is not that difficult to pick up. In fact, I've tested my knowledge on some locals and been successful. I'm on my way to affluence and ...

Qing Dao and the crazy bus ride

A travel blog entry by miriamg on Aug 14, 2006

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... still two empty seats on the bus. Not wanting to lose money the bus driver waited for more people. Since there was no other bus to Weifang we couldn't do much but complain. After 15 minutes one person came, but that still wasn't enough. Finally around 7:15 a family of four arrived. One would think they wouldn't fit on the bus, but the Chinese have these nifty little stools that people bring with them everywhere. The bus driver pulled some out and the family sat on those stools in ...