Grand Skylight Hotel Shenzhen
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... night before). I got a few things for people at work. By 8pm we were out on the waterfront for me to try a bit of night photography with the tripod. I clearly need a lot more practice as the results were pretty unsatisfactory. Our flight tomorrow is not until 9pm so we have the morning to hop up to the Peak before we come back for a shower and get ready to head to the airport. I'm sure Viv and I will manage a bit more shopping there as HK airport has a great range of ...
... was in a monastery where we ate at the restaurant – to Molly’s excitement it was a vegetarian restaurant so she didn't have to pore over the menu trying to work out what she could or couldn't eat. We then caught a bus down to the fishing village of Tai Po to see the houses on stilts and more traditional (although very touristy) industry there and stumbled upon a dance display/ class – I’m not entirely sure which it was but we joined in for a ...
... and we went and stood by the harbour side to take photos. It was cloudy but good enough to see the HSBC building, the bank of China building and Victoria peak in the background and it was unbelievable how many skyscrapers there are here in such a small space. It was our last night as a group and a bit of an odd one, we went for dinner all together minus 3 as they had gone to Macau to do a bungee jump. After getting pork dishes mixed up and I think, but can't confirm that we ate ...
In spite of all the blogs saying how expensive it was, I had my heart set on going to Stanley Market this morning. My sister and I were there last year and really enjoyed it. It is on the south side of Hong Kong Island, quite a way from where we are staying, so we took a taxi, instead of trying to work out the public transport.
I knew Terry wasn't keen on standing around in the heat, so I went straight to the shop where I'd bought some tops last year. I couldn't see any ...
... pampered by people who have no idea who we are or what we're like. We won't see them ever again sometimes, but we still do our best to lend them a hand. We have 315 million people that somehow coordinate an enormously complicated scheme that keeps the country going in an organized fashion. It's a delicate balance that relies on the honor system--a system we don't appreciate until it's gone.
Save me the "the U.S. government brainwashes us to do these things robotically". Just...don't. Hulk will smash. ...