Sun Moon Hotel (Shenzhen Heshui Kou)
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... boxes and plastic zip bags that were huge. People were actually standing in the boxes to cram the items in. We didn't see a post office or similar service, but decided it must be some kind of transfer station to ship items out of the country. It was crowded, loud, and totally cool.
Found our ferry but you could only use coins to pass through the turnstile. We were directed to a booth to get coins. I handed over a 20 RMB for a 11.75 fare. She did ...
... time to have a good look around from the top of a double-Decker bus.
The city was great fun to be in - I had a huge grin on my face when I saw all the cafes the first day, though I didn't actually go to any of those - next trip I will head back there.
The only problem with the bus was the traffic - I am used to the subway now, which doesn't have any traffic jams (or 1 min delays at most) ...
... making our way back across to the harbour to check where would be best to stand. We had planned to then go back to the hostel. But it was starting to get busy and we decided to hang about. It was a good job we did as well. The crowds began to gather from nowhere. Luckily we was rightt the front barrier. It was around a 4 hour wait. India waited whilst I went off to Mcdonalds which I queued for 50 mins for 2 large fries.
Time finally passed and it was ...
What do you get when you put together a pollack and a Canuck? No? You don't get an ugly baby; you get 48 h of photographic ecstasy.
While most days end with a setting sun, it seems as though my adventure was about to begin.
Enter my Canadian friend. A husky, silly guy from the north, wandered unintentionally to the vista from which I was perched. Hoping to get a shot of the Hong Kong skyline, I was continuously bombarded by the winds from a ...
Today we were split into groups to do an amazing race style race around the city - we were given clues and had to take pictures and answer questions along the way. We went across to Hong Kong Island on the Star Ferry, took the MTR to multiple destinations, saw the Jade Market (how can you tell if it's real jade? Real jade is heavy), ran up Hong Kong Park to the Tai Chi garden and did some poses, went to the Avenue of the Stars to write down some names of Hong Kong movie ...