The Center Hotel Weihai
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... can’t swim (like yours truly) challenges himself to dive into the water in search of his father who also coincidentally can’t swim but dives into the water anyway to save some of his fatherly honor. O yes I forgot to mention, I have devoured 2 bowls of instant noodles and am sick to the bone about it. Like what I wechat my friend, “I am killing my innards softly with all those **** food”. Maybe I should try ...
... a relatively stable administrative region. Wehai was named Weihaiwei during Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) due to the Weihai Port which was founded to repel raids by Japanese pirates.
♦Physical Features: Weihai is located in an undulant hilly area featuring gentle slopes and broad valleys. Apart from the major hilly areas, Weihai has broad area of littoral and mountain foot plains. The terrain of the city slopes gently, ...
So our last week in Weihai was very eventful from me forgetting my own name to singing a Chinese song on stage at a huge fancy gala. The end of our first week in Weihai ended on a high as we all took part in a sailing race. We were in teams of 3-5 and had to complete a course around boats, children and rubber rings. The first team to finish all 3 laps we crowned champions. This title was graciously accepted by Oliver, Jay and I. We even managed to lap a few teams on ...
... it's hard to find time to write blogs and check emails so I'm a bit behind on that. It was time for our first sailing lesson. Everyone was so excited to see where we were going and to start sailing. We all hopped on a bus and drove about 30minutes away from the campus, here we arrived at a larger beach that had beautiful golden sand. We were introduced to a guy called Jerry (not Chinese) who would be our sailing instructor. He ...
... 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 ...