Four Points by Sheraton Shenzhen
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... our bags and meet the HK BUNAC rep who herds us into a mini bus. As we drive to the hostel she appears to be giving some sort of guided tour on the mic but her audience is pretty unresponsive. Open mouthed, blood shot eyed Englishmen with yawns spreading across each mouth like wild fire. We arrive at the "hostel" which looks like a 5-star Hilton with golden gates and red carpet. Starting to think BUNAC have burnt an unnecessary hole in my ...
... WHAT!? "But that's all I hear on the news!" X white dude killed X other race dude. X religious person burned a cross in front of X other religious person's home. That's awful, admittedly, and nobody wants that to happen in their country. Everybody would love to live in perfect harmony, without crime, racism, or religious intolerance. I would too, and so would the Buddhist monks in China that burn themselves alive in protest. So would plenty of other war-stricken ...
... village taking in the sights, sounds and smells of the village. Hopefully the photos will do it some justice, Pendevour there is one in particular you need to study. Now we need a hot drink, we find a small cafe offering home made cake and decide that is too good to pass by. The owner Alma is lovely telling us about life in Tai O and Hong Kong. We assumed that living on these beautiful quiet islands with sandy beaches would be the preserve of the wealthy. Not so. Here the rich ...
... turning into a grumpy and negative traveller and is quite rude to people we have to deal with. He has very clearly had it with this part of the world. Initially we considered going to a Spanish restaurant literally 50 m from the hotel but time went and we didn't really get around to it. Nice to be 'home' and at least I was not at all hungry. And we had plenty of wine. Used up the last of the oil so a very nice end to a busy ...
... cheaper than Bali.
9. Massages are available everywhere and every ten feet in Ubud, Bali. Even the on the local ferry and at the airport.
10. There is someone offering you a taxi or “transport” constantly in Ubud. And when you get in, the first thing they want to know (after the above), is what you are doing tomorrow and do you want a taxi/driver. When you tell them you are going home, they want to ...
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