The Venice Hotel Shenzhen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... As a cheap Dutchman, I feel satisfied. And by the way, the bus is empty. We are the only passengers. Now waiting for 5 hours to the plane to Shenzhen, near Hongkong... Observation: Next to the Three Gorges Dam, is the lock system. Our guide tells us how 10.000 people have manually dug this canal with locks through the rock. Also how they have used innumerable anchors in the stone wall to stabilize it, or pieces may break and fall into the locks. I cannot help but think of ...
Few simple things I appreciate now more: showering with no sandals on and a full sized bath towel.
Woke up this morning and found a note on my clutch saying that we are to meet my Aunt and Uncle back at home at 11am for today's activities. We then went down to Fairwood for some breakfast. Price has gone up from when I was here 4 years ago but it's still cheaper than Toronto and still delicious. We went with my Grandma.
After breakfast, we went to pick up our laundry. ...
... getting a pair of toms (really I need to replace the ones I left in ruins in Kolkata), a new iPad cover to replace the broken one, a new charging cord to replace the broken one and then I got a small present for Joe. I bargained with each place and managed to save more than a few Hong Kong dollars. I was going quite quickly through the money I had brought though but it was all so cheap compared to home! After I left the street I found an exchange to ...
... free time in Hong Kong. We went to the
International Financial Center and had breakfast on the rooftop. Afterwards we
went shopping a little in the mall adjoining the IFC and were met with
incredibly luxurious goods and exorbitant prices. Needless to say I didn’t buy
anything. Later that night we met up with Charlotte, one of my friends in this
program, and her dad, who lives in Hong Kong. He took us out to a French
restaurant which ...
... were... then we found them. (see photo). Turns out, Nate had seen some kind of lizard, cut open, skewered, dried and left with all of its appendiges. We are still not entirely sure HOW you eat these delicacies. As garnish? Like potato chips? The jury is still out...
Dinner was, after walking the streets, uneventful. Nate had a nice eel dish, and I had pasta and asparagus. For some reason, I was not feeling ...