Harbour Laguna Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Harbour Laguna Hotel Shenzhen
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... are 146 of them! I wasn't about to go on a boat in the unpredictable weather, but a night cruise down to Macau would be pretty stunning!
Anyway, the day I arrived I discovered that my hotel, the Maihao International, was well away from the downtown area and across the road from the main fishing port! So I got the REAL sea experience, complete with fish smell! Thankfully, it was only strong when just outside the hotel, the rest of the area was ok, and my room was 13 floors ...
... the table. Some quick google search proved the theories that there were indeed Chicken Balls on our table. Not chicken in the shape of balls, but the balls of an actual chicken. Becky and Rod bravely halved one. Pete and I stuck to the motto that we didn't need to eat testicles. The beef was pretty good, when you didn't let it over cook and the veg was definitely always a winner. Some more memorable dishes included the fish balls with a cheese center ...
... a small office where one of the other girls was working. We chatted to Rebecca for a while, who had been working for the company since July, she was lovely. Others soon started arriving. I was shocked to see more new teachers that I hadn't yet met and that weren't on our email list. I had assumed that we were all there was going to be!We seemed to have a pretty nice, varied group of people. We ...
... indigenous tribal peoples of the area. (Wootwoot!)
The exact place where we'll be residing is an apartment in the student and staff housing area of the Prem International School run by Traidhos Three Generation Community for Learning. The Community is a large secured property containing the Visiting Schools Program, the international school, a retreat center, and a cooking academy. All of which ...
... s if they like me or maybe I'll force them). We grab a pizza slice on the way to the next bar and dance the night away, highlight is doing Bhangra on the street surrounded by people from Delhi. So far on this trip I've flamenco in Shanghai & Bhangra in Hong Kong, what's next. Tango in Melbourne (one for you Mrs Steer). Sunday was a typical UK lazy day after a heavy weekend but I managed to cook dinner. Its the least I could do for putting me up. I have to get my act together ...