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Some random notes I took during my traintrip from Shenzhen to Huangshan:
We will depart in 2 minutesThat's when we are at least expected to leave
Schedule, invitation letter - was it all really needed? -.-"
At least I didn't have to show it, and the security was really not that strict.
Maybe because I crossed a border on the land?
The 12.26 first movement, yes we're departing.
A fun city to visit. Great transport with double decker trams, buses, ferries, the longest elevator in the Southern Hemisphere, the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak with fantastic views, a bus trip siting in the front seats of a double decker bus as it wound its way over the hill to Stanley Beach with ...
... as they take your picture. It's actually more comical when they are trying to be subtle. This was nonexistent in Hong Kong.
6. After non-stop Chinese food you will crave something else. Anything. Even McDonald's next to the hotel will taste incredible. No judgements.
7. If you ask for coffee, it will be a half filled demitasse cup. Good luck getting seconds. They found it pretty funny when we chased them down ...
... last night but it passed the time. On getting back I also realise I didn't have dinner so I tucked into a bag of sweets mum gave to me, not the best dinner really but it made them more enjoyable. After another incredibly rubbish sleep I endeavour to pack my bag, hmmmmm, not as easy as the first time but it all goes in, if a little crushed. After checking out breakfast was needed, so I grabbed some bits locally and decide to walk upto Hong Kong Zoo Park, a free mini zoo for ...
... drink coffee, it is usually akin to dishwater.
When Brendan was ready, we headed for the station to buy our Octopus Cards HK150 each and hit the public transport system down to the ferry terminal. We bought a Big Bus hop on hop tour which includes tickets for The Peak Tram, The Star Ferry to Kowloon and a San Pan Ride. We rode the full tour loop which took us to lunchtime then we hopped off at the ferry for lunch and Kaz had Subway. With ...