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Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... I had to make this trip as a pilgrimage for my Chinese
and Portuguese ancestry.
We were staying overnight in
Hong Kong and that left us plenty of time to explore the small,
special Administrative region, (SAR), of China. On our first day, I
chose to visit Lantau island. For US$15 it took us 55 minutes on a
route to the Ngong Ping 360 to Lantau island. Together with friends
Karen and Morris, we discovered ...
... in we go for noodle soup scented with lemongrass delicious. Kevin had a good time too :). By the time we had finished slurping our noodles the rain had stopped, so a pitstop at the hotel for a little blogging before we see what tonight brings.
It feels just like home it is raining pouring so what else do you do, but buy Haagen Daz ice cream and watch a movie. If it is raining while you read this, we are all under the same sky.
... we loved Hong Kong. The city is easy to negotiate on efficient public transport, it is relatively clean and livable. The locals are very friendly with enough English spoken to get by in most situations. We would definitely return to complete the things we missed, but next time would stay for 7-10 days and stay somewhere between Wan Chai and Central district.
... he said delete his 'computer' deleted the planet haha! At the end he told us to stay together forever and took a picture of us and put it on the big screen! Very embarrassing but it was funny!! I even managed to get Liam to pose in a photo with a dressed up character which of course he was loathe to do! We stayed right until closing time as well so we could watch the fireworks which were brilliant, I don't think anyone does fireworks like ...
... families living here.
The relaxed pace of life here is complemented by its colourful, cultural diversity. This is most evident in the business going on along the main street, which is lined with shops selling handicrafts from Southeast Asia as well as a mixture of Eastern and Western eateries.
An island I could definitely see myself living in.