Jialai Yintan Huisuo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... polluted with plenty of seafood restaurants and seafood market. There are also few things to see – along with spending time on the beach – Old Street with famous old colonial buildings, which are rotting away like so many others in Beihai and Hepu (in 1876 Sino-British Treaty of Yantai was sign with eight Western countries that built consulates, churches, hospitals and schools here); Underwater World; Silver Beach – don’t expect clear blue ...
... groom’s sister who just had a baby girl was not invited for the wedding ceremony as that could bring a bad luck to the couple (and in this case ‘bad luck’ will mean to have a first girl and not a boy). That may sound like a cruel thing to do but after all, if we don’t understand the culture, tradition, beliefs of other people, their actions often times seem to be ‘mindless’.
And then, there was a couple of hours of joyful, cheerful ...
... change all of it. Fab! After this he took me to the bus station so I could book my ticket. Then I asked if he could drop me somewhere for dumplings as that felt like an appropriate last meal! After food we returned back to the hostel, where I read, packed and pottered about until bed. The cuties at the hostel also came to my room to ask wether they could have a photo with me so that they wouldn't forget me! ...
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 ...