Sun Moon Hotel (Shenzhen Tangxiayong)
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... the show court, watching Natalie Granger (USA) beat Farrah Fenner (RSA). Natalie is #1 in the 35+ draw and former world #1. I found a court that was empty and had a hit by myself for about 20 minutes which was amazing. At 2 pm I got on court and played awesome squash beating Fee Doehring 11-9, 11-3, 11-8. I felt like I was in total control and it was a great feeling to play well. All of my American friends were there to cheer me on. All of ...
... walk to the hotel – he arranges an orientation for mid-afternoon, but most of us aren’t bothered – it’s not his fault, but he’s not Leah. Instead, we all do our own thing in the afternoon, and most of us meet at five thirty for our farewell dinner (there are definite fractures in the group by now). We head out and it’s busy along Jordan Road! We assumed we’d head down to Victoria Harbour before grabbing some dinner, ...
... From the temple we continued up the mountain to get to the north gate of the fortress. We hiked down into the fortress for a bit and then headed back to follow the wall to the end of the fortress and back down the mountain as it was going to get dark soon. The path we were on took us across and away from the wall a couple times, but always met up with it again until we came to a point where it didn't meet the wall again and ...
... 5 star hotels all around us. As Karl Pilkington says, its better to be sat some where **** paying little enjoying the view rather than on the other side, sat somewhere nice paying a fortune but looking at ****. It was a good night on the roof as more peasant travellers turned up and we spent the night drinking and chatting away before heading to bed to get up early.
Exciting day today! We got up at 7:30am to go to Ocean Park. This was ...
... are treacherous and extremely narrow. Despite the millions of tourists, the sidewalks rise and fall without warning and there are large gaping holes everywhere. You learn early to keep your head down at all times or risk breaking an ankle.
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