Grand Skylight Hotel Shenzhen
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... Trent was having a shower in the men's room and I gather that it was more of a communal space than the individual stalls in the women's, when an Asian man came into the shower. This man began shampooing his hair and proceeded to pee in the shower. Trent was happy that he wasn't facing in his direction but did comment on the talent if this man's ability to multi-task. And my last story is about an experience that I had in the women's locker room by ...
... to see the Clouds finally breaking, revealing blue sky. By this time, Wendy was extremely unwell, so I ventured out alone to the supermarket for supplies and some dinner. It was wonderful! The streets teemed with life after the rain and I was able to soak it all in as I walked through the streets. To my delight, I found the score of scores with my dinner consisting of a small bottle of Jacob's Creek Cab Sav and fresh ...
... inside a large building that is filled with restaurants and shops, and on the different levels is a place to walk outside and see the expansive views of the harbor and skyscrapers. The lines were long to take the tram back down, so we opted for a taxi instead. The hairpin turns and taxi-driver mentality made for a hair-raising trip down from mid-levels to our next stop, the Man Mo temple. This is the oldest ...
... Peak (the highest point on HK Island) for dinner at Bubba Gump - a TGI-like, Forrest Gump themed (yes, really) restaurant with astonishing views over the harbour. So far, so Westernised. We then headed back down the Peak (with a brief stop for another breathtaking view of the skyline) to Temple Street Night Market - a messy, but civilised throng of fortune tellers, local singers, ...
... and half wait to clear customs. I can handle many Chinese customs, be it spitting on the street, or kids just dropping their pants and peeing in the middle of a sidewalk, but the lack of respect for the formation of lines and waiting in those lines, is frustrating. The customs line was horrific. People were just shoving and pushing, for an hour and half. It was every man for themselves. Annoying. ...