Holiday Inn Express Shenzhen Luohu
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... seem to be too bad so maybe it was just fog. There are a few peek-a-boo views of the water and a lot of views of high-rise apartment complexes from the train. It really looks like a "future city" from a sci-fi movie with extremely tall buildings and lots of blue-tinted lights. Many, many builds are new which also lends a bit of that sci-fi flare.
When I first stepped outside at the Nam Cheong Station the first thing I noticed was that ...
... measure which I will probably do daily in this humid climate. Kathy and I are heading over to Deb's hotel to watch Bouchard in her Wimbledon semi-final which starts at 7:30 pm. Dinner will consist of red wine and crackers and cheese after such a late lunch. Our entire group is pretty wiped out after carrying our squash bags around all day. They are however, good homing beacons for sticking together in these crowded Hong Kong ...
... this as much as I will later when we look back on all the **** we did. I am not blogging anything else in case I turn into the kind of knob-end that decides he's so interesting that people give a **** if he's eating cornflakes. These people are not as interesting as they think. It's been amazing, but not as amazing as being back ☺☺& #56856; ;ᘵ ...
... random chinese guy outside from "Rohan". I assume thats a place in China as well as Middle Earth. He's very nice and apologetic that his english is only 2 million times better than my chinese. Tram back down is even more scary than the way up, but at least its dark which blurs thing, and board the tube home. Many blisters developing Out of nowhere a United bag...balls, 1-1. The tube is extremely busy, and its quarter to 7. Much crazier than london but less tubes Nd more ...
... a. Mooncake Festival. Crowded and hot, it was quite a spectacle. For Dinner at this Cantonese place called "The Dining Room" that had Shanghai cuisine dim sum.