Grand Mercure Shenzhen Oriental Ginza
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... it was not intended to be sat on. We arrived in front of a mall with a Book City in it and headed inside. We were headed to a place that bore the sign saying Grey Wolf. The inside was like a hogan because the walls were plastered, maybe with stucco, and the edges were rounded. Our guide referred to this restaurant as the cave. The theme seemed to be wolf related because of the name, the paintings on the wall, the bone shaped menu, the drink page, and the wolf hats ...
... with the locals. After spending a couple of hours out reaching we broke for some free time and explored the market places taking in all that Macau has to offer. This evening we had another fantastic evening in church. Pastor preached on forgiving ourselves and others- we saw 33 people in church this evening and 1 gentleman give his life to Christ and others ...
... to the cable car... kind of. We ended up having to wait a little while past this line, it was around 20 minutes until we were sitting in a car, and that was with pre purchased tickets so if anyone is ever heading here buying in advanced can save you hours!
The cable car seats eight and was a lot more steady than our previous cable car experience in Langkawi. It's a real ride as well, it must have taken 25 minutes to get to the village at the foot of the ...
... project she was working on. We had a really good evening catching up with everyone and finding out some news from the working world.
We also visited Lantau island, where you take a 30 minute cable car ride to the big Buddha.
You get a really great view of the harbour and airport as well as the massive Buddha on top of the hill.
On our last night, Shelli and Justin had a big evening planned for us. Lloyd still hadn’t seen the city ...
... distinctive Grand Central Plaza mall which is the location of Homesquare and the IKEA store is directly opposite).
Did you spot the one word to send a shiver of excitement down my spine as I read it aloud? Yes you guessed it Ikea. The monastery across the road from IKEA, this plan was just getting better! Even Martin showed a glimmer of excitement at the prospect of a potter around ikea.
Back to the spiritual part of the day, ...