Feng Shun Hotel
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... down the hill and to the outlet mall near the cable cars. Shopped for a while and made our way back to Kowloon Dinner back at the store behind our hotel coz we were too tired to go any further. By now my friends were dead tired and they retired to their rooms. H and I went on to explore the area. We walked past a dessert store which sells steamed eggs and milk. Yummy .... Continue our stroll along Nathan Rd and ended at the night ...
... in.\We walk back to the main road, Nathan Road, and cut through Tung Choi Street where there are a number of tropical fish shops which, like the flower shops, are a blaze of bright colours. We walk south along Nathan Road for the best part of half an hour feeling like an ant amongst the swarms of people cramming the pavements. Stopped briefly to change some money at a good rate then cut through a side street to the Temple Street Night Market. ...
SHENZHEN So on the 24th September it was time to leave the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong and head north into China. I was already feeling apprehensive maybe a little edgy about our visit. In my old job I often had to help a lot of students from China and had often experienced a very a obvious and awkward culture clash with them. Our 48 hour planned visit also required us to apply for a visa, we were accepted first time around but the process was rather lengthy ...
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The other new land is Mystic Point. This sort of takes off theme of the former Adventurer’s Club in WDW and also Hightower Hotel (Tower of Terror) in Japan. An explorer travels the world collecting ancient artifacts that have mysterious powers. His artifacts are scattered around the well themed land and you can take pictures with many of them in order to see some optical illusions. The headliner of ...
... good tea, it was medicinally bitter, and they didn't even strain it or anything. I took one icky sip, swallowed a leaf and said no more. Boo. So sorry guys, I'm not bringing back any dragon well tea.
Moving on, I'm very impressed by air travel in Asia. I've been getting decent meals on all my flights, it's awesome. This flight was only 2 hours long and wasn't even during a general "meal time" and I still got food. Score.
The airport taxi system in Hong ...