Holiday Inn Express Shenzhen Luohu
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... br> First, I would like to state, the Hong Kong airport is my new " hell on earth". I previously have referred to the Atlanta airport as this, but the Hong Kong airport makes Atlanta seem like Punta Gorda. It also doesn't help that I can't speak or understand Chinese. I asked So many people for help and directions, but even the people that spoke English had really strong accents that I couldn't understand. I literally was running through this airport "Home Alone ...
... Beijing" was not quite up to scratch, especially when combined with no flight itinerary. It looked like China was off for the time being. Their loss? Not to waste the whole day I scampered the relatively short distance to ride the Peak Tram up an incredibly steep ascent for some immense views of what is a ludicrously compact city of high rises. Thanks to limited queues I had enough time to make my way back to the pier and this time head for Lamma ...
... on the return train. We didn't have visas, so couldn't have crossed the border.
The city of Shenzhen is just across the river. It has a population of over ten million people, and is a huge contrast to the lowland agricultural area around Lok Ma Chau. This contrast shows up really well on Google maps.
We caught the train back to Mong Kok, and walked across to the Ladies Market. ...
Yet another big day today ( I seem to be saying this a lot lately!). Met in the lobby at 8 ready to head to venue. Dunny doing a great job heading off and buying water for us all - the water is still not ok to drink here in Hong Kong. Today's program consists of the concert band comps first up, then choirs at 11. (There are 3 wind ensembles and 7 choirs in the ...
... the next stop, went wrong way, came back, got on tube Sik sik yuen wong tai sin temple:- Well i hadnt really seen Chinese temples before and it was an eye opener from the Thai ones. Allegedly it's Taoist and is extremely colourful. It has loads of dragons, guys with swords riding clouds, and statues of the weird and wonderful. I have severely boosted my collection of "pictures of people taking pictures of things". Leah has allegedly a picture of me taking a picture of me, which ...