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... Youth hostels are a great way
to take the confusion out of traveling in China. People of all ages stay in these places
not just the young travelers.
After two days in old town my boss allows me to stay in one of the schools' rented apartments which is located in the Laoshan district far across the city from old town. Laoshan is the
new china and has a lot of things going for it. Much ...
... of putting a piece of cardboard on top of the bottles in the box before a machine closed up and sealed the box. I'm sure it required great skill (as the line was moving quite fast) but u would hate to have that job! Qingdao was a recuperation stop for me, so after two half days and a full day where I stuffed my face, slept in a nice comfy bed and had nice hot showers I was off to Beijing where the adventure ...
... stare at you, and it annoys me that's why I like it up on the top bunk I can get away from it, it can get a bit noisy at times and I can't really sleep during the day but the lights go off at 10 PM and it becomes really quiet. So I trip takes us from Hohhot down to Tsingtao there we take a train to shezhen and then cross the border to Hong Kong, from Hong Kong we fly to Singapore. We will roughly spent about two weeks in Singapore and fly to Bangkok for a week. On our way back ...
... room is only 1.5m deep and 4-5 m long. The cave houses several statues where pilgrims can stop to pray and light an incense stick. Around the cave are flat areas where patrons have placed their marker stone. Each stone looks like a tombstone with a family name and its honor to the god. It appears the earliest marker is 2004; thus the site seems rather young. With all of the tombstones, it looks more like a cemetery than a memorial site. The upper platform smelled of ...
... Kong, and the Portuguese were doing the same with Macau, Germany slipped into Tsingtao (as it was called then) - and occupied it for about 50 years. While there, the Germans (being Germans) built lots of architecture like home, and many beer breweries - and the Chinese beer industry was born. In fact I think that this was such an influence across all of China and Asian beer makers, that it's the reason why almost all Asian beers have that clean pure "German Beer" feeling - ...