Sun Moon Hotel (Shenzhen Heshui Kou)
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... car seat for Zac after confirming it twice! That night we just took it easy had a few drinks and nibbles at the bar and to bed. Sunday we planned a day of sight seeing. We meet our driver at 9.30 and off we went to the peak. It was raining so not great then down the tram and off to Stanley market. Had a look around Lunch at th pizza ...
It was an early start. We left sleeping princess. Sue and Salve took us to the airport it was a quiet trip too much to say they have been so wonderful .Early morning flight to Brisbane then transferred to Hong Kong flight. Three films and cool air conditioning, we flew over HK. Looked out at spiky green mountains and tall thin apartment buildings.
The taxi ...
... we went to Yoshinoya which is actually Japanese, we had so much trouble finding it we even went there for dinner that night too with everyone else just to make things easier! We headed to Victoria peak again before dinner just the two of us to try and catch the view in the day and night, we arrived up there a little too late as the tram was much busier than anticipated but once up there the view was even better at night and we walked along the same path to get the quiet ...
... on cost - 33HKD vs 100.
Stepping outside the terminal building the humidity and heat hits us for the first time (34C / 75%) . At least we have a few days to get used to it. A bus is loading up in the bus station so we are on, sat down and moving within a few minutes. The journey takes us north across most of Lantau Island - I can remember, just, how it was before the airport was built - and then down into Kowloon.
... while right on plenty of things, has clearly either not stepped foot in the most populous nation on the planet, or has only done so for weeks while traveling and certainly doesn't speak Mandarin even if he has. One of his most flabbergasting points: "Most people in the world don't think about us or even care about [Americans]". Now, I don't want to sound self-centered (but I will anyways), and I don't know what countries he's "lived" in, but at least two of them are ...