Four Points by Sheraton Shenzhen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... full of images of settling into our new, flood-free home, to a dinner sponsored by our wonderful new school. Socialization, noodles, dumplings and some unidentifiable chicken parts are abundant, and we are relaxed and happy. The laughter is loud enough that I barely hear my phone ringing, or my text messages piling up. When I check them, I see... "The owner came home early, when can you be here?" (Mind you, this is two hours before ...
... tea? I'll go buy you one. Just spare a few hundred this time. Then, the optometrist agreed. This equates to $167 Canadian for two pairs of glasses, with thinner lenses, and an eye examination. Where can you get that in Toronto?
Afterwards, we headed over to Temple Street. When we got there, it was already 7:45pm so we went to a vegetarian restaurant. My Uncle eats vegetarian maybe once a year. The food was delicious. Nothing was manufactured or loaded with chemicals. We ordered ...
... the New Territories and are often fairly popular with expat families living in Sai Kung area. Houses are also relatively good value for money because living away from the MTR network sends the prices down; each of the three floors in her place is the size of our flat, and it's only just over double the rent. Unfortunately, it's also only accessible by car or bus which isn't ideal in Hong Kong.
Now, my ...
... the shops on the way down, but after the peak we were all shopped out and we had massively underestimated the real trek the walk to the mid-levels from the peak would be. Having recently visited Singapore, a reasonably small city, where the majority of attractions in the city centre are within walking distance from each other, we made the incorrect assumption that Hong Kong would be the same. Luckily we had a return tram ticket so jumped on a slightly emptier tram than on the way up ...
... fashion. It's not that often laughter reduces us to tears but this was one such occasion. The night once again ended in a late session at the golden archers.
On our last full day in Hong Kong, we decided to actually see a bit of HK so with blurry eyes we ventured to the top of the peak to see the stunning views of both Kowloon and Hong Kong island. Although it was a murky cloudy day we still managed to see the view that this lovely city has to ...