Weihai International Trust Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... how you were so glad to have a place to shower after not showering for 2 days because you just can’t imagine doing anything in a place where the toilets had maggots and flies everywhere.
Alright, am feeling better already, hopefully I can get to the beer brewery in Tsingtao and get my hands on those wonderful Tsingtao stouts and sell it at the dorm and make some money to raise funds for my accommodation for the next ...
... visitors can reach Yantai within two hours.
♦ 2. Three ports in Weihai have passenger transport service. In the Port of Weihai, No.53, Binhai Bei Lu, Weihai city proper, there are ships to Dalian every Sunday and three ships a week to Incheon Korea. New Port of Shidao and Longyan Port are respectively situated in Shidao Town and Chengshan Town of Ronfcheng City, from which there are ships to Incheon and Pyongtaek of Korea.
... all became restless and began diving off the boat. We spent the next hour jumping overboard until the sea police came and told us off. Not long after that the boat was fixed. Unfortunately it was too late to go to the island so they took us out on the open water instead. From sailing a small catamaran on the first week to sailing a 25ft yacht the next, I wasn’t sure what to think apart from it was amazing! Once back on solid ground we met another problem. The ...
... is when you hold on to 2 handles that are attached to the wire on the boat and to lean back off the boat over the side. This was so fun, It would have been better if I was a bit taller though as I did struggle holing on. We could also tuck our feet under a belt on the side of the boat so we could lean off the boat holding on to nothing. It was so amazing I can’t wait to go back out tomorrow! Once everyone had had a ...
... 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 ...