Fengqing Yuzhuang Holiday Hostel
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I finally mastered the weekender back packing. All my things are assigned to a designated pocket and I can close my eyes, reach into my bag and find whatever I want. I know, you're jealous, you don't need to tell me.
This weekend, I thought it was going to rain. For some reason I didn't bring my hat and I suffered for it. It was extremely hot and I think my scalp got burnt. Along with everything else, because I dunno the sunscreen ...
... br> play on the beach; Lily doesn’t explain the reason. I am longing to get into
the water but must keep an eye on them. They don’t seem to mind too much and
content themselves with digging holes, building sandcastles, chasing and
splashing – and burying teacher – me – in the sand.
I had been eyeing the jet skis with some relish. I have
never been on one before and this seemed a golden opportunity. I announce it to
Lily and ask ...
... ticket and changing my money. He drove me on his electric scooter (before of course taking the obligatory photos) to Bank of China, and then another branch as they didn't have any dollars. We waited a short while until my number was called and then he explained what I wanted to the guy behind the counter. Unfortunately as a foreigner I cannot exchange as money as I wanted, but he offered to use his Chinese ID so ...
After a delicious lie in I went for a walk along the sea. After being sufficiently frozen from the wind I headed to the old quarter. Here there were loads of strange statues and people selling deep fried fishy/seafoody carb things. I tried one and think it was probably giant fish balls, so it was yummy. After popping into some shops and narrowly missing being set on fire by some hooligans who were setting off fire crackers for no apparent reason, I got ...
... not like on Google maps anymore and we had to find it out the hard way walking there and back again, so safe yourself the hussel and spend the 10RMB for the ride. Don't ask for the Seahome Youth Hostel none of the drivers knows it, for obvious reasons its just called the Red House or "Hong Fang Zi".
You will find nice rooms, free wifi, a pool table, playstation and if the ...