City Inn (Shenzhen Exhibition Centre)
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... were assured that the card should work. Fingers crossed otherwise we'll be begging on the streets. We met Gwynn's cousins Amy and Michael for dinner last night and caught up with them since we last saw them at the wedding. By 10pm we were wiped. Jetlag hits you like a wall. One minute you're fine, the next your struggling to keep your eyes open. We're off to find some breakfast and then on to Kowloon for some ...
... good). We get second breakfast on our flight to Bangkok, which is just under 3 hours. I dozed for a few hours, and watched 3 movies on the flight, Susan slept a bit and watched her share of movies too. We both wore our Dr. Segal compression socks on the flight and highly recommend them (Susan got the argyle and I got leopard print. Dr. Segal has lots of colours and prints). Onward to ...
... and has not stopped since.
At six we met up with our guide Ting Ting and the five others on our trip. They are Leonie and Max from Auckland, Stella from Perth and another couple whose names I cannot remember from Melbourne.
We all went to a Thai restaurant for dinner and meet again tomorrow morning for dim sum breakfast. Let the next part of our adventure begin.
... a RyanAir plane the only plus is you get a tv in your face (literally) My plan is to stay awake for this entire flight and then sleep on the next one so my body is used to Sydney times! I do not want jet lag I have a lot of administration to do when I arrive! So far on this plane I have been in and out of my bag 10 times to the annoyance of my pal on the aisle seat, the toilet twice, watched dolphin tale (so happy this was one of the films) and played around ...
... equipment in the factory. I did however get an insight in what to look for when assessing acrylic materials:
Weather-ability (making sure the colors never fade)
Flexibility (is it able to move without breaking)
Flammability (does it catch on fire quickly)
Bubbling (air bubbles underneath the acrylic sheets)
There will be more on this in my report.