Four Points by Sheraton Shenzhen
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... next to us. They leave five minutes later and three other police of lesser rank arrive. They also enter and while they are in there two local police arrive in their car, park and just hang around. The moment the second group leave the third group then enter. Meanwhile the two plain clothes men from the first group return with another and hang back until the third group leave. Now, maybe we have been watching too many Martin Scorcese movies or maybe they just serve ...
... is the diversity of things we learn. We don't learn just about U.S. history, and we don't learn that every U.S. leader is amazing (though Washington's treated like a demi-god, despite sucking at being an actual wartime general). We're taught, or can discuss, their flaws and the country's flaws. We're taught that Jefferson had sex with his slaves and didn't give a rat's ass (AP history, there). We can raise our hand and say, as one of my high school classmates did, that ...
... crossings. First night we took a short walk down to the Victoria harbour to what can only be described as the view of lights. The skyscraper buildings across the river are huge and apparently there is more skyscrapers here in one spot than any other city in the world. Amazing to see. Next morning we woke up and walked along the harbour taking in the avenue of the stars. A great statue of the main man Bruce Lee is here and if you can fight like ...
... and half on the Hong Kong MTR to meet him while still wearing the same clothes and having not showered for 36 hours, he probably had a point. And so began our 5 day stay in Hong Kong with Woody. As we arrived on a Saturday the obvious thing to do (after showering and changing) was to spend no more than an hour orientating ourselves before finding a bar. Hong Kong is famed for its nightlife, with bars and restaurants ...
... such kindness and hospitality. There is an emotional and reflective goodbye along with promises of places to stay should we get stranded in HK by Usagi. We return to the hotel, the wind and rain have started. Thankfully there is no renovation drilling and we can relax. We hole up from the weather in the Nathan Cellar bar, share a snack of fish bites with chips and return to the room and watch Indy and the Temple of Doom (on the free English movie channel), a ...