The Venice Hotel Shenzhen
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... refrain from getting any of the photos put on a keyring or in a snow globe.
After al the queuing and the photo shoot, we were getting hungry and so we head for the Po Lin Monastery to have some lunch at the vegetarian restaurant they run. We felt this was a less touristy option than eating in the nearby branch of Subway. There was a set menu which included rice, tofu, meat substitute and all sorts of vegetables. The best of which were the ...
... popped into the tram. The whole experience was like trying to strain cement through a sock. Ultimately everyone made it on board and the tram sluggishly left the station for the near vertical climb up the hill. Upon arriving at the hilltop station and being filtered through a few gift shops we made our way to a walking trail, when the trees and vegetation that lined the trail parted the views of the Hong Kong skyline were amazing. ...
... been somewhat skirting the traditional Chinese cuisine as one of Mike’s last misadventures ...
... Lets be honest, people have already said they wouldn't be surprised if I ended up going the wrong way and finish in Perth wondering where the so called 'Great' Barrier Reef is.
After a couple too many glasses of wine I waved goodbye to Dad to head of on the treacherous 28 hour trip to Melbourne. Taking my place on another non lie flat seat (Chatty be proud ...
... i took a few photos!! The ferry gets us into one of the main harbour view areas in Kowloon and there are a lot of tourists milling about. We walk the length of this promenade taking in all the sights. There is even a walk of fame where a Bruce Lee statue takes pride of place, Jackie Chan, John Woo and loads of others. When we get to the guy that was in The bullet proof monk, what ever his name is, there are Chinese putting their hands in his ...