Sun Moon Hotel (Shenzhen Heshui Kou)
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... getting into the Christmas spirit, although I couldn't face eating Mince Pies in the hot weather, it just felt wrong. My last couple of blog posts will be a bit lacking in the picture department as I do. Not have access to them on my ipad, but I am sure I will bore most of you with all of my pictures when I see you. A round up of my time in Perth Fremantle is hands down one of my favourite places in Australia, they say it is Perth's answer to Brighton so ...
... wrote a letter in Chinese and they gave him the tablets. And to think we buy paracetamol in the supermarkets! The humidity has been pretty oppressive but we have just tried to cope with it. Today Phil said I was so pale he made me sit down. I was ok, just tired I think. Hong Kong is full on, noisy, smelly and progressive. There are massive buildings and malls, and the transport system is effective and easy to use. It does not close. And you still cannot see the ...
... things to put on our shopping list. came back to the hotel for afternoon goodies and then went up and got our octopus cards ready for our MTR travel to our favourite shopping area. It was very hot today up to 32c and muggy. Up in the club lounge at the moment enjoying cocktails and ...
... with our tour friendship bracelets - something to really treasure. Bus to Aberdeen and over to the Jumbo for drinks and to view the 2008 wedding banqueting hall. More taxis to Lan Kwai Fong, Hard Rock Cafe where we met up with the rest of the party, a few Chinese friends and Houston's hairdresser. It was time for cocktails and food before the rock band took to the stage. It started gently with ...
... of myself!!!! and yes I'm little bit ashamed of that, but only a bit, and it doesn't bother me cos I'm freaking here and nothing possibly can bother me in here!!!!
Ok, thank you for listening, I expressed myself, so now I can write a bit ;)
Stanley is a beautiful place...as for my kind a bit too touristic but worth seeing, that's for sure.
It has a colorful market where you can buy from summer clothes( yayyyy), to some gifts up too great pieces of art painted ...