The Center Hotel Weihai
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... water. Clears my system and gives me the damn energy to search for that damn cliff that seems non existent at least in the north part of China. So much to do, yet I am here complaining. So much to see, yet I am here complaining. So when you’re kind of weary, lift that spirit up by thinking of happy things. Happy things like how your last road trip in Australia, you nearly crashed into a group of happy diners sitting along the ...
... of the hills are less than 300 meters (984 feet) high. Its seashore area is winding with numerous interleaving headland bays, harbors and islets.
♦Climate: Situated in the mid-latitude zone, the city enjoys a temperate continental monsoon climate, with four clear seasons and seasonal winds. Compared with other cities at the same latitude, Weihai has abundant rainfall. Influenced by the sea, Weihai is cold in spring, ...
... 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 ...
... from Canada to China when he was 13 and was now a sailing instructor by 18. He told us that we would be sailing on catamarans but first we had to learn a few simple knots that as hard as I try I can’t remember what any of them are called, I don’t think I could do them again anyway. Then we had to learn how to put all the sails up and get the boat into the water. This was a lot easier than I had thought, pulling ...
... good nightlife. We were taken to a KTV on the outskirts of the city centre but decided against it as the price of beer was ridiculous. Not from where we were dropped off we managed to find a club. Once inside Oliver managed to sniff out the pole and was dancing on it before anyone had time to blink. The rest of the night still seems to be a bit hazy but it was a great laugh. I’m just glad that I left my camera in my room so there will be no embarrassing photos this time. ...