Grand Skylight Hotel Shenzhen
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... So we had 3 small Greek dishes (?). Very underwhelming flavours, but the place was packed. Can't work out how these big expensive hotels can get away with such uninspiring food. Either that ot we really are spoilt in SA. Weather had cleared so back to hotel for an early evening swim, which was pretty spectacular, then room service for dinner with some lovely French wines from a great wine shop around the corner. Nadal on teev so should be a good ...
By the skin of our teeth but with some running and a lot of help from the transfer staff at Heathrow who were waiting for us as we disembarked, we caught our plane to HK. Our BA flight eventually took off almost one and a half hours late by the way and we have no idea if our luggage made it onto the HK flight and won't know until we get to Auckland. ...
... faster and it spun horizontally too. I honestly felt a teeeny bit sick. No accidents, so alls well that ends well. After the rides, we started to head back down to the car at around 2:30, only this time we caught the gondola! It offered some amazing views of Middle Island, and just in general really brought some scope to the massive valley. It was then home for a few hours before departing to go to a AGM (Annual General Meeting) at a sailing club, although ...
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And also, my email is not letting me send messages at the moment so the next but is a message for Dad as I don't really have another way to reach him at this moment in time...
'I'm looking at where we can go when you and arrive and I'm thinking that unless you really have your heart set on Beijing and shanghai it's probably best to give them a miss as it'll add at ...
... series of booby traps and other very ingenious techniques the Americans could only ever guess where the tunnels started and finished. The tunnels were built specifically for Vietnamese people, i.e. made for small people. Many of the hatches that lead you into the start of a tunnels I could not fit my shoulders through. Claustaphobically once inside the tunnels they open up only marginally and you can very seldom turn around once inside. Cu Chi Village survived like this for years ...