Hotel Kapok Shenzhen
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... probably very soon will start building a new mattress with the springs. We were starting to wonder about the directions when we saw a giant hand holding a paint brush and a familiar armless and topless statue. We had finally found the art village. Shortly after we arrived we ran into Katie and Joscelyn who had made purchases while they were there. They had been there since before we even made it outside our apartments.
The village is filled with replicas of some ...
Every visitor to Hong Kong should ride the star ferry at least once 2.5. $HK a crossing it is a mixture of nostalgic old world charm and efficient mass transport. You could ride backwards and forwards all day if you wanted.
... it was and she said 7:30. I then asked AM or PM and she just started laughing and me...like full on laughing. I'm such a tourist... Internet is touch and go...I may have writen this long before you see it. Or if you think about it, I'm writing this in your future ;) it is 8:45am on Sunday. Now I'm just enjoying a yummy authentic soup with prawns (very spicy...yeah). No Starbucks and McDonald for this girl...!!! Now what to do for the next 6 hours... XOXO ...
... that you want to check as well - you don't see it again until you reach the baggage claim at your destination airport! As with everywhere in Asia, the line was short, service was efficient and polite, and we were checked in and bag-free in a matter of a few minutes.
The second part of the path to reaching air travel nirvana in Hong Kong is the airport train. It leaves about every 5 minutes, costs 100 HKD (less than $13 as of July 2014) per person, and gets you ...
... very excited to get Beckett settled in to our "real" life here. He is fascinated with everything, but the Karaoke machine was the best. He sang the same song over and over, assuming it was a song he learned at the orphanage. Video below. Who knew he would be such a crooner?
Some observations about traveling in China (we recommend you try it sometime!):
1. Napkins do not exist. They are never offered in ...