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... amongst the crowds while I was in China, but I must admit when I arrived back in Adelaide yesterday, it seemed so nice to have so much space & not many people around. I don’t think Chinese people would be able to contemplate where I live on the farm, on my own, in a relatively large house, with neighbours about 1½ - 2 kilometres away.
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... with a bad virus just an hour before they landed in Beijing and so has spent a lot of the time recovering in hotel rooms rather than being able to enjoy the sights with my mum and I. He has been able to see some parts though and has been able to enjoy much of the trip. So I will give you a quick whistle stop tour of the places we have been - I will try to be brief! Beijing We were here for 3 days and it was definitely an experience. The driving and road situation ...
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30 minutes later I stepped off the train onto the platform at Shenzhen North HSR station. So I was at the right city - but the wrong station! (Deja vu from last year...) I looked for somewhere to get a Simcard. Nothing. So I could not ring Lei to tell her where I was. So I did the only thing I thought I could do... I boarded the Shenzhen Subway system to arrive at the agreed station.
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... 21, we travel over a long suspension bridge to the main island and towards Kowloon where we have splashed out our most expensive hotel to date (though Hong Kong is not cheap). The bus conveniently drops us off outside the hotel. Settled in, James has arranged to meet up with old school friends and keen to see him they have arranged to meet at 1830, giving us 30 minutes to get ready. Albert meets us in the lobby and we ...