The Center Hotel Weihai
Travel Blogs from Weihai
... by tour ship.
♦Because of its natural beauty and pleasant climate, the island enjoys the reputation of 'a fairy isle on the sea' and 'a Garden of Eden'. Marked by uneven terrain, the island is high in the north and low in the south. Large waves dash against the smooth cliffs in the north end while vast beaches of fine sands extend for miles along the coast in the south.
♦ 1. Weihai Wendeng ...
... gave it to us to use so we didn’t have to carry around our destroyed suitcase with 1 wheel and 1 handle. At the beginning of the week we were told that we would have to do a performance at an evening gala so we decided as we were in China learning Chinese that we would sing a song in Chinese. The song we decided upon was the Chinese version of frère jacques. The song translated into English goes like this
“Two Tigers, Two Tigers”
... it was time to bring the boats back onto the beach so we could pack everything away again. I have to say, it is a lot easier taking everything down than it is putting it all up. With the boats all clean and put away the bus had arrived to take us back to the campus. By the time we got back everyone was exhausted. We decided to give the beach a miss for tonight since it wasn’t that sunny anyway and head for bed.
... take a guy called Emmet to a fish restaurant for his birthday. I hate fish but I’m happy to say, I tried everything from Oysters to king prawns. Didn’t like it but I’m very proud that I ate it. I’m not so proud of myself when it came down to the alcohol. In China they have a drink called Bijou. This is nasty stuff! That mixed with the amount of beer I drank resorted into a very drunk Yasmin. From the restaurant we headed into town in search ...
... for wear. All checked in and searched only to find out our train
was delayed by an hour. When we did finally get on the train we were
disappointed that we were only on it for 1 hour. All the passengers wanted to
talk to us to practice their English and offer us their seats however we
stopped in our least favourite place in China and had to get off. We lugged our bags outside and then back into
the train station of Jinan as we ...