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... So continuing on our route North, we began intersecting the main "tourist" areas while ultimately heading to the ruins of St. Paul Cathedral. This led to the opportunity for us to try an egg tart. It was interesting. Tart-shaped, the bread tasted like croissant (which I think is delicious!), and the egg was not very "eggy". It was more of a cream/custard blend with just enough sweetness, but borderline bitter (so I guess the best term to describe it is "exciting"). We continued on ...
... and they were amazing. Warm and melted in your mouth. Definately worth trying.
After an hour or so we decided to take a bus to an area we had passed on the way in. A lovely historic street in line with the sea. It had beautiful European like buildings in different colours. It also had a Greek theatre which was cool to see. Due to it being New Years Day few places were closed but we managed to find a Portuguese restuarant that served lovely food. We ...
... and tucked into bed after half ten. A very full on day. And great weather the whole day in spite of promise of rain: 90% chance of rain and 10-20 mm but we didn't get a drop. We have just had the perfect weather on this trip. Half a day of bad rain in France which stopped us from riding in the morning. That is it. The rain we had bush walking in Almaty not nice but it didn't stop us from anything. Apart from those two times we have had great or good weather. How lucky isn't ...
... given on the hotel's website are completely useless.
It said to take the elevator at Wyndham Rd. then take the escalator across the street. WTF? There was nothing. I finally found the Mid-Levels Escalator (the longest in the world supposedly), and I can only assume that I was supposed to take that. However, the escalator was only coming down the giant hill, NOT going up, which is where I needed to go.
I was physically exhausted ...
... the car battery, removed the chocks from the wheels and made it 34 kms across Shenzhen in the nick of time to have the vehicle safety tested and obtain the final traffic police approvals.
We set off this evening in jovial spirits – after four days of fighting bureaucracy the fact that we were covered in sweat, mosquito bites and hadn’t eaten all day could not dampen our spirits! ...
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