Sun Moon Hotel (Shenzhen Heshui Kou)
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... duty for the day. The parade was really good and a lot of effort was put in. There was a few catchy songs from the ocean park and disneyland floats. The good thing about the crowds was that it we didn't feel the cold. It finished quite late and it was time to get Colm to bed. He can't hack the late nights anymore!
Our final full day in Hong Kong and we still had more exploring to do. We decided to eat brunch before leaving and with a craving for some Marks ...
The past week much has taken place, but I'll give effort to be curt this post, as I recognize something's are repetitious and don’t need saying twice.
Beginning with last week, we had a visit from an old friend we’d met in Beijing. Simon. Our friend from Switzerland made his way down to visit us. We hosted our Swiss friend taking him to a nearby Chinese restaurant with an authentic menu and later entertained with a game of poker amongst the ...
... in Hong Kong. We got the airport express train which took 24 minutes to Hong Kong. From here we had a 5 minute walk to change train to the Island line which was 6 stops to North Point and our new home, the Ibis NorthPoint Hong Kong. The hotel is literally 50 yards from one of the underground station entrances. The room is very clean but does lack size! It is not large and the toilet is a lot closer to our heads than we ever wanted but it is on Hong Kong ...
... seems to be in the parks socializing.
14. China overall was a very safe and welcoming country to visit.
So that's a wrap folks. Thank for following along, and for all the support and loving comments. We cannot wait to introduce Beckett to all of you. This experience has been life changing and an incredible blessing.
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Greg, Sherri, Anya, Sophia, Max, and Beckett Dube
... at the ready for a while I was ready for my next site. Avenue of the Stars was next on the list, situated along the harbour side lies a three hundred metre stretch where every local theatre/movie star has an LA style handprint along the avenue, with the biggest stars such as Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan getting dedicated statues. In all the guide books this is a must see, sadly it doesn't really live up to this. My day was coming to an end after this, grabbing the ...