Grand Holiday Hotel
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... and remote farms, the next minute, we were speeding through rice paddies aligned with palm trees.
It was dusk when I arrived in Shenzhen. and within a few minutes you could tell that Shenzhen was a completely different style of city to Changsha. When Jacob came to visit us, he said that the city had very little in terms of culture and history. Until relatively recently, Shenzhen was only a small village but in recent years, it has become "a special ...
... on Mars mission to the red planet”. It is now 9:00! I've finished the documentary and now I'm playing solitaire. I won solitaire! It's now 9:25 Australian time. I'm going to have a quick nap now. So now that I've finished having a quick nap I am back on the job. So there's about 55 minutes to go, and the plane is soon going to land. Well the seatbelt sign just turned on and the cabin crew has said to turn of electronics. ( if your wondering how ...
... a un restaurant italià, que ja feia setmanes que no menjàvem pasta. Tot va ser boníssim i tenien bon San Pellegrino, oli d’oliva verge i pa!!!!!! Ja no sabíem ni quin gust tenia.
Per Hong Kong ens movíem en MTR, el metro que funciona a la perfecció (ple de gent que mira el mòbil i ningú llegint un llibre), en taxi que no és gens car i en l’Star Ferry, per creuar de ...
... served with malt vinegar, mayonnaise and side salad.
Following lunch it was time to pack, and prepare for our departure to the airport.
Some afternoon tea in the lounge then we left at 5.00 pm arriving at the airport just over a half hour later.
Departure was delayed as a result, of some unfortunate circumstances, but an hour later we were flying back to Sydney.
... via the Avenue of Stars (HK's answer to Hollywood's Walk of Fame), we ventured out a little later, after dusk, to see the nightly Symphony of Stars, a light and laser show that shines over the harbour and city from numerous buildings. The next day we headed up to Mon Kok, where we walked the flower market, ladies market and took in 'sneaker street' and 'goldfish street' - no prizes for guessing what is sold on these! If you like shopping, this place ...