City Inn (Shenzhen Exhibition Centre)
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... some time. The disappointment did not last long because soon everyone decided to go to Ikea in small groups. I found a group and I ended up going there speed through the place, which is slower then I usually move but it was a good thing because I was able to really peruse the selection and fixate on what I wanted. I was mainly trying to get kitchen items and I was successful. I got 2 fry pans because they were like a buck each, I got a set of 2 pots for 8 bucks and ...
... fans of drinking hot tea with our meals (usually green, but sometimes black). Jay and I never quite understood when our friends from Poland (Ola and Tab Bielicki) wanted hot coffee with their meals on a sweltering day, but we have found that drinking a hot drink when it's so hot outside can be quite refreshing!
Because we have enjoyed green tea so much, we walked to Lok Cha Tea Shop, which according to some websites we read ...
... disease in China over the last 100 yrs and also natural disasters. In 1898 Britain obtained a 99 year lease from China and it has developed since as a British colony - in the 1970s a series of reforms including free compulsory education, social welfare schemes, labour reforms, corruption reforms and establishment of the country parks coupled with free trade, rapid industrialisation, low tax and many other economic changes which I don’t begin to understand, makes it now the ...
... to be a Hong Kong specialty. Then we went back to the hotel to pick up our luggage. From there, we went straight to Hong Kong station where we ate some dinner, took some pictures and got on the express train to the airport, which took 24 minutes. But we had less than 30 minutes to check-in, clear immigration and security, and board the plane, but sadly, we made it. From 9:30 onward, it was an uneventful 5 hour flight back to Hyderabad. ...
... s friends joined us for dinner - Paul and Dana. They live in HK with their 3 girls all under 7 years old. Paul is a pilot for Cathay and was in the airforce with Cam when he was 18 (so in fairness to Cam, not that long ago!!)
Children in HK commence school at the age of two and a half - five days a week, full days. OMG what a delight for their mothers.
Arrived back home at 10ish and straight to sleep.