- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... by tour ship.
♦Because of its natural beauty and pleasant climate, the island enjoys the reputation of 'a fairy isle on the sea' and 'a Garden of Eden'. Marked by uneven terrain, the island is high in the north and low in the south. Large waves dash against the smooth cliffs in the north end while vast beaches of fine sands extend for miles along the coast in the south.
♦ 1. Weihai Wendeng ...
... was supposed to pick us up from the harbour had been cancelled so we had no way to get back. Yet another hour of waiting we managed to all squeeze into the back of a small minivan which took us into town where we had lots of food and lots more drink before heading home. Our last day in Weihai was one not to be forgotten. With our last mandarin class in the morning we were handed our completion certificates and each had to give a little speech we had written in ...
... 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 ...
I can't tell you how amazing it is to wake up in a place like Weihai. I think I might actually love it here. Before we could go to the beach though we had to take part in an orientation with the rest of the people on the course and then do 2 hours of our mandarin. After the introductions the Chinese teacher informed us that she will no longer be speaking any English to us and from now on to only talk in mandarin, which is good because hopefully we will pick the language ...