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... in Chinese for 40 mins when we first left, and despite us asking for her to stop, she kept on and on! It ended up being quite funny looking back, but there was no translation, and when our local staff translated, we got a 1 min 'speech'. Guess it was part of her job, but apparently it wasn't very interesting for the locals either.
Our apartments were gorgeous, all with sea views and glass-walled bathrooms, so a very successful trip all round - I had a great time!
... weary but satisfied and desperate for a shower and food! The rather amusing hotel wasn't as lovely as the previous, with bathroom doors that did not shut and the thinnest walls I have ever experienced. Lesley and Sara were in the room below and I managed to have a full blown conversation with them through the ceiling without even having to raise my voice! Highly amusing :)
That evening, Peter taught us all how ...
This week we went to Lost City Water Park and on the weekend we went camping on Hailing Island. We rented two tents and slept on the beach after staying up late and cooking on the open fire.
Only nine days before we leave Mainland China for Hong Kong so we are in the 'get rid of everything' mode once ...
-Getting stared at all the time
-Not getting asked to always to help someone practice English (although I think it is good that they will try and improve their English any way possible)
-SO MANY PEOPLE
- Not being able to communicate with the people around you.
- The City
What I will miss….
-There is always someone willing to help you
... on Monday, checked into one of the hotels--100 RMB (about $13 US) for a double room with an ocean view, Western toilet and working AC. Fantastic!--and headed for the restaurants. Each of the three had several levels of small tanks with live seafood waiting for us to eat them. Our first meal we went straight for the green-lipped mussels, followed by a whole fish netted from ...