Best WESTERN Shenzhen Felicity Hotel
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... hadn't had much to drink during the day, it resulted in hangovers for us both. Not great considering we would be crossing a formal border to Hong Kong later in the day. We met up with Mark (a mate from the Beijing training camp) and together we joined the masses pushing their way towards the checkpoint. Within a couple of hours we had passed through both Chinese and Hong Kong customs and we were away.
Hong Kong awaits ...
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... my hostel late last night and was really arrogant and over cocky... He was like calling me beard guy and I hadn't even spoken to him... Then he was like beard guy come and join us for drinks blah blah coz we're all so cool! So I made an excuse that I couldn't come coz I had a flight the next morning (today) and so on ... So I'm in bed this morning and this same guy rocks up blind drunk at like 4am waking me up and when I realised it was him it was really awkward coz ...
... aims to preserve the cultural heritage of China and promote art with a local focus. The museum has a collection of over 15,800 items.
Before we settled down in our guesthouse we had dinner in a place close to the Nathan Road. Later after the sun went down I got an idea to go out again and visit Asia´s first Avenue of Stars. We could see plaques, hand prints and statues honoring celebrities from the silver screen, as well as those behind the cameras, however, ...
... some normality and to shake off the cabin fever. After playing a few drinking games we decided to make our way out to the infamous night scene called Lan Kwai Fong. Several different strips on hills which consisted of very westernised bars and clubs, not necessarily a taste of culture, however there were tons of foreign people, it was just nice to have some normality, plus it was warm so everyone was outside drinking on the streets, it had a mardi-gras feel to ...
... by the time we left we had our first sunglasses moment. Managed to read a chinese newspaper (in english obviously), regarding some hatchet weilding nutjob, some wife who'd killed her hisband with a milkshake, chinese gov think england is a just a tiny shithole country thats only good for educating chinese students and tourism and that Dave Camerons attempt at kissing their ass over their train building was laughable. Still, better than only being good at building trains ...