Hotel Kapok Shenzhen
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... sight of the FISH BOWL BATHROOM....yes the entire bathroom was surrounded in glass...wtf. Jack (our Butler) sensed our concerns and once the girlie giggles had subsided, directed us to the hidden blinds in the ceiling...what a relief for both of us!!! Awesome place!! The rest of the day was spent exploring the resort and its hidden treasures. During this period we found IT... The Golden Goose...The end of our Rainbow...a little private bar ( just for ...
Another early morning flight. 5:15 am pick up, 8:10 am flight. One thing about the Zhengzhou airport is that they tend to do things backwards. The airport is in operation 24/7, however, the security checks and check ins are not always manned, so when you show up for a flight and they are not working, regardless of having your boarding pass, or already checked your bag, you might have to go back out and go through the "security check." My flight actually left on time which was a ...
It's only been 3 days but they have flown by and so many things have happened already!
The trip started off a bit unfortunate, there was a problem with the software of my plane so the flight was delayed. However, this gave me a great opportunity to meet the other exchange students who happened to be on my flight!
Upon arrival in Hong Kong we shared taxis to our colleges. CUHK is one of the few colleges in Asia that is divided into 9 ...
... and then to the Anglican church again, because I didn't see inside last night. I had a good laugh because Ranald and Nick wouldn't leave the church without finishing the labyrinth or stopping for a cup of tea (preferably with a scone, but they didn't have any).
From there, we went to the government house, the place from where England used to control Hong Kong and now I suppose Hong Kong controls itself there.
Then, we went to ...
... what point in your life does it become ok to ask someone for their email address or business card without fear of being laughed at or brushed off?
I'd have loved to have taken his email address to keep in contact. He was a nice guy, and seemed really genuine but my lack of self esteem and confidence meant that the thought of asking filled me with dread and fear in case he laughed at me or said no. How embarrassing and humiliating would that be? Though ...