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The rest of the train journey was reasonably uneventful and quiet. Tried to start up a conversation with the boy in our cabin when we discovered that he knew a little English, but it didn't go anywhere, so we just read, looked out the window at the scenery, slept, and ate.
We had 25 Yuan left (about A$4), so decided we may as well use it up since we probably couldn't use it in Hong Kong, so bought lunch on the train for 20 Yuan. The train got into Shenzhen ...
... to take in the sites. I stopped by a Moss burger chain and picked up a couple burgers for me and Dan to try.
Later in the evening we went to check out Star Avenue. This is a walking path along the port with statues of famous stars (and cement hand prints). It was pretty busy for the time in the evening and the skyline was a great view! I love how the city always feels alive and is never really cold =).
-- Ryan ...
... it a couple of times last night. Registration for the tournament was also today. There are 787 squash players here from 36 countries. We met a couple who live on an island called Caledonia situated between Australia and New Zealand. There are lots of Aussies and Kiwis and Brits here. We picked up our registration package, t-shirt, and bought a $500 debit card to use at the club, about $85 Cdn. For the afternoon, we decided to take advantage of the facilities as we are now ...
Caught the free shuttle bus from the hotel to the harbour again. Walked down the harbour and saw the avenue of stars. Saw the Bruce Lee statue and Jackie Chan star and hand print in the concrete. Posted 22KG of clothes to Jarrods place in London to free a bit of space in our bags so they will not be overweight. ($78NZD per KG for overweight bags!) - paid $11 per KG to send clothes to ...
... to find that the rain had stopped and the cloud was lifting. This offered us a temporary reprieve to take some photos of the Hong Kong cityscape. Eventually, we found our was back down the descent in the tram with the plan to head across to Kowloon on the ferry. Alas, this was not to be as it was blowing a gale....seriously mishaping my new umbrella! Instead, we opted to catch the metro which was exciting and relatively ...