Grand Mercure Shenzhen Oriental Ginza
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Getting to Shenzhen from Hong Kong was easy, a few station changes and we were at the boarder - now for visas. The dads had planned ahead and had a multi entry visa for China - not much use when your passports are have been stolen though, but as Australians it was a very fast process to obtain a visa for Shenzhen at the boarder - less than 5 …
... wonderful, talented, true artists that could awake even very sleepy soul.
It's interesting what someone said about hyperreality that we could see so much around us - specially in places like Dafen Oil Painting Village where we all know that you can not buy painting of Picasso or Van Gogh but hand made copy of it - and we all agree to it and take it as a new work of art not a ...
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Typical sunny day. Visited a market and decided to have a nice pint of a Blue Girl in one of the local bars. Ended up talking to the owner of it Peter, that told me about this heavenly sounded place. This place is an abandoned farm that is at the edge of the island with a hammock you can rest on with Aloe growing around it and old green house that has collapsed already. He got me on a hammock bit totally. He also warned me about ...
... there to help me I would of still been in the US. I had no idea that there was a different terminal for just International flights, you had to go outside, go through security, and then I went to an elevator to the 5th floor to go to the One World Alliance Club. Frankie was texting me to direct me where to go, earlier in the day Frankie was completely lost and an experienced traveling Hong Kong man escorted him around the airport. His name was Rick Man, but we called him Mr. Man. He ...
... Star chap eatery and their BBQ Pork Buns are to die for.Infact so are their dumplings and Turnip Cake. Jett ordered the Chicken Feet and Kel and I joined him in this local delicacy. They were really yum. 1 Michelin Star/Dirt cheap - $36NZD for all of us.
Retiring to our hotel, I took the kids for a swim in the hotel pool before getting some good sleep to rest our wary bodies and prepare for our big day tomorrow at Disneyland.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet