Kinkey Oriental Regent Hotel Shenzhen
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... a place just across the road, full of Chinese. By that I mean no tourists, and it was pretty good.
After a couple of hours rest, we met the old blokes leaving for the Rugby; it didn't start till about 4.
Kenny and I went for a walk towards the markets, just on the other side of the main road near the hotel. Kenny was after a belt, but we were among mostly food stalls, so he missed out. Some beautiful fruit ...
... its only 8:30AM. I repeat: Superman.
We headed downstairs, past the front desk to the common area where a simple, but delicious breakfast was awaiting us.
My heart screamed! BAGELS, TOASTED BAGELS! AND CAPPUCCINOS?!
That's it, I've died and gone to heaven.
… It really is the little things here people.
After breakfast, and asking the front desk if they knew of any visa agencies in the ...
... to the airport. We don’t need to though, as we’ve had plenty of time in town already, so we head down to the airport and prepare to head down into Vietnam. Sadly, the flight isn’t direct – we’re flying via Guangzhou in China, so prepare ourselves to enter the lion’s den one last time before the delights of Southeast Asia await us.
We’ve both really enjoyed Hong Kong. China was fairly challenging as a ...
You walk through the doors and enter a different world with the sounds of squawking, chirping, tweeting, quacking, honking, cooing and any other bird noise you can imagine. Gloriously coloured parrots swoop and glide overhead, so close you duck as they fly by. Other birds are so used to humans they land close by and almost seem to pose for photographs, until they get bored and fly off. Looking down to the floor way below you see ducks ...
... find the goldfish market and decided I'd better get the MTR back to my accommodation to gargle salty water with the (New Zealand) salt I just purchased before I would need to catch the MTR again for the night tour. I made my way to the MTR, traveling only two stops with a train change between to arrive at what I thought was the starting point with only moments to spare. Turns out I was over half an hour early because the night tour doesn't start until 7pm ...