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We leave Qing Dao at 9 am to visit an old temple and ride a cable car to see the big bell. This place is very commercial overcrowded with local tourists. Everything is 10 RMB. Before going to the temple we grab a lunch, a dumpling with veggies and another one with pork, ...
Today we start with our usual scheme: 7-8-9 meaning rolling at 9 am. We are taking a bus to see the old city around the pier. The houses look similar to Europe. This town including the beer factory is built by Germans. After visiting the pier we go for lunch in the heritage restaurant in Jiang Ming Fan Zhaang where we enjoy the traditional music played alive in the place. During the lunch they are selling paintings ...
We start our journey at 7.30 am to go direct to Qing Dao instead of staying overnight in Lian Yung Gang. We plan to stay 2 nights in Qing Dao to enjoy Tsing Tao Beer. Today we visit the tomb of the sixth generation of King Chu called Guishan Han Mu where we spend 2 hours. From there we are following the local road that is very uncomfortable to drive. It is full of tricycles and small ...
... area where the locals bring their grapes to the edge for sale. It looks like the hillside is split into various family owners. You can see a house built in each of the many plots of grapes, which seems to be used to feed family and guests. Each of house-like structures contains 1-3 small rooms with tables & chairs; a large patio area covered with a grape canopy for larger groups and a 1 room kitchen.
We hiked the hillside to our hosts and proceeded to ...
Welcome to Laizhou - a real China immersion experience. We drove to Laizhou on Sunday afternoon. It was a beautiful drive. Coming out of Qingdao was an experience as you saw the massive amounts of construction projects that are underway. In a five minute stretch on the highway outside of Qingdao I counted 70 construction cranes. I am not sure I even counted them all. I have included some pictures of some of the construction sites. ...