Hanting Seasons Shenzhen Huaqiang Bei
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We were only planning to stay in HK for a few days then organise a 2-3 week tour into mainland China. But, we found out that there is a nationwide public holiday from the 1-8 of October. We didn't want to be travelling in China when the rest of the 1.7 billion people were also on holidays. So, we decided to stay a bit longer in HK, and then head out. It has ended up being 2 weeks here, which we have both really enjoyed. The room we had was very small, like ...
... to be a Hong Kong specialty. Then we went back to the hotel to pick up our luggage. From there, we went straight to Hong Kong station where we ate some dinner, took some pictures and got on the express train to the airport, which took 24 minutes. But we had less than 30 minutes to check-in, clear immigration and security, and board the plane, but sadly, we made it. From 9:30 onward, it was an uneventful 5 hour flight back to Hyderabad. ...
... Hong Kong island. We then walked to the Governors Mansion, where the British Governor lived for many years. The governor of Hong Kong is now Chinese, since it was handed back by the British. We walked to the various markets in Soho, which is always fascinating. There is nothing they do not sell on the streets of Hong Kong. After an exhausting day, we go back to the hotel and meet a lovely couple from Melbourne, Australia. We end up spending the evening with ...
... life partner". Hong Kong's divorce rate has climbed considerably in the last ten years and her aim is to find/ create the better you for the better person out there.
As we are all becoming aware .. her keys words are "Attitude"& "Respect"..
Soon enough is it time to bid farewell to my New Hong Kong Friends.. hospitality enjoyed and remembered always..
... shiny ZZ West station and the sleek bullet train that pulled in for us to get on was pretty large!
I digress. The bullet train was cool. Inside it resembled an aeroplane more than anything, especially in the sense that it was moving so fast that you couldn't actually tell you were moving. The speed was 300 kph for most of the 2-2.5 hour journey, and was displayed on a screen at the front of the carriage. In a very short time considering that Guangzhou is ...