7 Days Inn (Shenzhen Jingtianbei)
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... be there in 5 minutes." *Hangs up* So freaking funny.
After grabbing a quick bite to eat, we made our way towards Harbour City. One thing I love about HK is that the transportation system is the bomb. So easy to figure out and navigate. The MRT is the best and price wise it isn't ridiculously expensive. We walked the harbour first. Walking through the 1881 Heritage Building then across the street straight to the Clock Tower for some pictures we ...
... 8217;t walk off this pontoon into the water and drown because you’re using your mobile you idiot “ - they must be having some significant accidents due to them now. I sound like my parents again.
Overall it was a great few days, we managed to post our trek gear (all very organised at the post office as you’d imagine), we managed breakfasts at home and packed lunches to save money, then ate out in Chinese restaurants with chopsticks in the ...
... kept bringing out dishes for our table to share and it was a guessing game as to what the dish actually was. After dinner we headed back to the ship. So after my first day in Hong Kong I would say that the city compares to Mumbai on a number of levels. It smells, there is rubbish everywhere and there are pockets of nice areas but they are few and far between. Also on this note they have the worst roads that I have been on it my time in Asia, they are ...
to Lantau Island and see the infamous big Buddha. Near the big Buddha were also
these “Wisdom Poles”, for lack of a better term. These were large poles made of
wood which had many wise saying engraved in Chinese on them. Situated in the
valley between a few large mountains, the Wisdom Poles truly emitted a feeling
of wisdom and serenity. Once we were done there we headed off to dinner. Our
restaurant was located in the back ...
So my final night in HK came and went pretty quickly, I find a nice quiet small bar just away from the crazy area and sit down to write my days blog. Ordering a pint of Tsing Tao, a new found liking of this beer as you would expect, the lady is as swift to deliver it as I usually to drink and she brings a full plate of monkey nuts on the house, nice touch. Prime people watching spot gained I write my blog and watch as the Friday night sets into party mode, what a diverse mix ...