The Center Hotel Weihai
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I end up in the north-west costal site of China. For what, you might ask? Well, Project fLOVEh - travel 30 plans have come to a halt due to this project. I have been called by the school to help direct a student-teacher's short film. The main character, the big, blue sea. The challenge, the big, blue sea. The other challenge, the limited amount of money we have applied for. At this moment, I am experiencing an uncomfortable road trip ...
... summer, moderate in autumn and warm in winter.
♦When to Go: Without winter chills and summer heat, Weihai is perfect for visiting all the year round, especially in summer.
♦Special Local product: pear jujube, flat peach, gingko, genseng
♦Liugong Island: It is located in Weihai Bay, at the east end of Shandong Peninsula. It is very close to downtown Weihai City, only 20 ...
... round. Our second week in Weihai didn't plan out as well as the first. We were supposed to have a different activity to do each afternoon but only managed to do one of them. On Monday we had our Mandarin lessons as usual where I managed to pick up the name of Hanzi Queen (hanzi being Chinese characters). After our 4 hours of lessons we then had a short lunch break before heading off to an abandoned army base not too far from our camp. We were taken into a series ...
... sail was hard work though. Once the boat was in the water it was time to start sailing. We were given a brief introduction on how to sail then we were off. It was 4 to a boat including one of the instructors. I was on a boat with Judith and Scott while Oliver was with Kieran and Karen. While out in the water we were given a chance to steer the boat and pull on the ropes. We were also told that we could trapeze off the ...
... but bad because sometimes you would get a bit lost. Our teacher wanted us to learn the sounds of each tone and recognise it when said to us. I sucked at this. Even though there are only 4 tones it is so easy to get them mixed up with each other. After lunch we headed back to Oliver’s room and decided to spend an hour just catching up on what had been said in the mandarin lessons so we weren’t left to far behind. After a little while of revising we ...