Yiqing Huayuan Hotel
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... they are all so friendly and mostly happy at school so thats the most important thing. We have done as much training as we could and the staff have been receptive to all the information. It is a shame we have to go already - we might have to come back soon! The director and school principal are a great team and very caring for the children. Hopefully 4 more babies will start at the school on ...
... weird things Chinese people
do haha I was also really surprised at the numerous ways that Chinese people
try and make money. As we were walking along the shore we could see heaps of
people all over the rocks looking for something. When we got closer i realised
that they were “catching” these tiny sand fish that were trapped in the
puddles, with a small net and fish tank that someone had sold to them. There
were people also selling, ...
... seafood is the speciality in Qingdao (and beer, Tsingtao!- but thats another story!). I tried oysters, muscles, clams, cockles, sea snails, octopus, and loved all of them, who knew i wasn't that fussy after all! Managed to spend couple days sight seeing before starting work, Qingdao is very pleasant, it is the home of Tsingtao beer, and it is sold everywhere. There is a street called Beer street, where you can buy a BAG of beer for 30Yuan, ...
... the Prinsendam, lamented how lame the internet service was on their June/July cruise to Alaska. I am happy to report that the system is working much, much better than it did in the beginning, and I am finally coming to grips with the problems of using Travel Bot this time. Thanks
On Oct 10th, Larry S of PA asked if there would be an “expanded talk and phot session” upon our return. Not sure many folks would be interested, but I ...
... a way! Don and I left Bruce and Jennie on a street corner and with the help of a card the ship had provided we found our way to an ATM. The Bank of China machine was located on a street corner inside a telephone booth sized room. Once inside, the door locked for security. It took my card with no problem, but only dispensed 100 yuan at a time. I had Don squeeze into the booth with me to assist as I had to withdraw money 16 times to get enough for ...