City Inn Shenzhen Longgang Street
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... headed back into the subway and made our was across to Hong Kong island and started looking for the tram that would take us to the top of Victoria Mount. As this is probably the most iconic location in Hong Kong, it came as no surprise that the queue's for the tram were extravagant. We discovered that we could have bypassed this buy purchasing tickets in advance but as we did not realize this and daylight was running out, we called a cab which took us to the summit. ...
... Mid Levels Escalator to get there. It was a welcome relief to our calves and thighs as we glided gently up the steep slope.
On the way back to the hotel we got advice on which tram stop to get off at from an enthusiastic local, who had to turn the map upside down to use it. We negotiated our way past the nightclub girls who seemed drawn to the bulge of my money belt under my shorts and reached the air-conditioned sanctuary of our hotel room for a nightcap of jasmine tea. ...
We had a massive thunderstorm all night and it continued all day, but that did not stop us from venturing out. With heavy rain and lightning everywhere we went into Admiralty to the Flagstaff tea ware Museum that was located in Hong Kong Park. They had an amazing display of teapots and tea making ware, it filled in some time for us as it was not much fun shopping in the pouring rain. We ...
... stairs would just be silly) and wait for the number 8 or 22 green minibus or “wheels of death” as I like to call them. Honestly, I would rather put my life in the hands of our Louis Botha specials. How there aren't thousands of accidents on these roads every day, is beyond me. These drivers are crazy man! Anyway if I survive the trip of terror, I arrive at Central Station and catch the train to Mong Kong where I change lines and head to ...
... classes. The children are put in dance, music (playing instruments), or singing classes. We saw one of the dance classes in progress today. About 6 little children were dancing to a fairly involved and long dance routine. There were photos on a bulletin board of different groups..dancers, music lessons, etc. Mia was in one of the photos dressed in a blue leotard and dancing with a blue feathered fan. ...