Hanting Seasons Shenzhen Huaqiang Bei
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... t get the full story. All of the temples and shrines we've been to appear to be frequently visited for people to pray/worship. Not being terribly religious, we have mostly just been reading the few signs we find in English then slowly backing away while others throw sprinkles of water on themselves, pray and bow. On a note that's more my style, a Japanese pub crawl can now be checked off my list of things to do. I met a few Americans at the airport who we got together with for ...
We didn't get much sleep on the overnight flight from Perth, arriving on time at 7.30am after a very smooth flight and great service on Cathay Pacific. So fast and efficient getting along the travel laters, trains, customs and onto the airport express train into Hong among central. Quick coffee and hot chocolate and off we went walking the streets and remembering things from our last visit here ...
... unbearable either. It is easy to find your way around and everything is set up for the tourist. All in all a positive experience so far.
Oh, and there were cute little felt butterflies on our pillows - our hotel is called Butterfly on Wellington. However these are not just for decoration - each pillow's butterfly has a label telling us whether the pillow is a soft or hard pillow :) Personally after an overnight on a plane I won't be too worried about my ...
... A word about the MTR ... What a great way to travel around Hong Kong. The MTR reminds us of BART, but is much better. MTR stations and trains are very clean. The cost is very low ... As a senior, I paid $2 HKD or about 25 cents USD. Keith paid just over $4 HKD. Fares are the same no matter hOw far you travel. The MTR is very crowded, but well organized. We hope to return to Hong Kong and spend more time ... There is so much to ...
... equipment in the factory. I did however get an insight in what to look for when assessing acrylic materials:
Weather-ability (making sure the colors never fade)
Flexibility (is it able to move without breaking)
Flammability (does it catch on fire quickly)
Bubbling (air bubbles underneath the acrylic sheets)
There will be more on this in my report.