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Travel Blogs from Dezhou
... Main Street that's thronging with Chinese tourists. I then head over to buy train tickets from the station. If you ever want to feel like a small drop in the ocean of humanity, the Shanghai subway system is the place to do it. The sign says 'no stoping' as if there's much of a choice when being swept along by the crowd. Wikipedia says that 'People's Square' metro stop contends with 400,000 people passing through it per ...
... experience. No one there spoke English so I brought a translator from school. The doctor saw me with the door of the examination room wide open and started writing out a prescription for someone else who wandered in right in the middle of my appointment. He told me not to eat fruit or anything cold and prescribed me three different medications that altogether cost me a around 75 cents. I also finally took the snails home week. It took me a while to get ...
A gourmet seafood lunch
Went to 小青島and 中山公圉
Qingdao, 5 hrs on a bus to 濟南(Jinan)
8 types of dumplings for dinner, plus many other dishes. Ducky, my favorite. A big
Flooding in our hotel washroom, The Grand Tower Hotel , horrific experience. We had changed our room.
... the fast train station and bought a ticket to Dezhou (population 550,000), two hours away (by fast train) in Shandong Provence (the same Provence as Qingdao). It was a routine trip apart from a crazily cute little Chinese girl who got bored sitting next to her mum so decided to make friends with the funny foreigners.
We stepped off the train and onto a company bus for the trip to the company's headquarters, called "China's Solar Valley". It was actually ...
One of the things I like about Jinan is that it feels like the real China. By that I mean that I can count on one hand the number of Westerners I have even seen all week. As I walk around the city, many people stare at me, and the old people spit (it is said they are spitting out the demons that I carry!). On the other hand, many people have come up to speak to me - in Chinese. They are very curious why I am here and are excited when I can speak a little Chinese ...