City Inn (Shenzhen Exhibition Centre)
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Friday had been extraordinary and sa-****-ay sadly set off living up to its middle syllable only. Upon waking, late, I managed to take myself for a run, firstly around the delights of Kowloon park and its unexpected flamingos and then down to the harbour front and its avenue of stars, including a Bruce Lee statue. Although the run was OK, something was not quite right, which I put down to a late night. However, it was clearly slightly more sinister ...
... against intrusions by various nomadic groups or military incursions by various warlike peoples or forces. Several walls were being built as early as the 7th century BC; these, later joined together and made bigger and stronger, are now collectively referred to as the Great ...
... one of the benefits of going in low season, even if it is cold! Xi'an We were in Xi'an for 3 days and again, though it was cold it was beautiful to be there. The whole place, not just Xi'an has so much history and our guide was able to share with us some personal history about how her family had been affected by the cultural revolution in china, absolutely fascinating! The highlight of Xi'an would have to be the Terracotta Warriors. I hadn't quite appreciated ...
... got to Shenzhen HSR station, but understandably didn't see Lei waiting for me. "Idiot Westerner", I'm sure she would have been thinking. But on the bright side, task #1 was now complete. Task #2 beckoned. Get a Simcard URGENTLY.
You know how when you need to buy something you can never find one? Welcome to China, where that's amplified about 10 times, even before language problems. I actually normally find this fun - but under the circumstances of completely mucking up my ...
... James's friends insisted that it was their treat. There are lots of shared tales of school days and now more recently new families. After dinner, Julian drove us up to victoria peak to see Hong Kong lit up in its full glory, it was a truly stunning scene with every piece of land touched by light and tall buildings. Driving back to the night life of Hong Kong we enjoyed a champagne cocktail before realising that at 3am it is snooze ...