Sheraton Shenzhen Futian Hotel
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... was very good. One time we had a dumpling banquet and this entailed 15 courses, which sounds pretty daunting. The first course was a dumpling soup with dumplings the size of little capers. The courses after this consisted of one dumpling after another, with various flavours and sizes and served with rice. I felt optimistic , but could only manage up to 11, before retiring. Phil did the lot and some of mine I think! I don't want to see dumplings for a while!! We had a ...
... up on steamed rice!
Day 2 - The Peak, 10,000 Buddhas, Space Museum
We took the Peak tram up to 'The Peak', a must-see tourist trap with a great view of the famed Hong Kong skyline.
When you reach the top you are met with what resembles a shopping mall (complete with its own Hard Rock Cafe), but push through this 'padding' to the top of the building and it really is a spectacular view. I took advantage of the free audio tour, and despite the cloudy day ...
The Star Ferry is the starting point for "Dave's Mediocre Tour". The 4 of us met up with Veggie Phil, Steve (Phil's dad) and Linda (Phil's aunty/Steve's sister). Plenty of photo opportunities on the ferry to Wan Chai, Time for a quick coffee then we hopped on a tram to Western Market, the old Harbour Office building which is full of small shops selling british styled goods. We continued on through the wholesale market streets where various dried bits of fish and ...
... to Hong Kong...... Dammit, well still, we're escaping proper China for something that at some point in history was British, they even have proper sockets there.
Back to the Biological warfare. The bus from Yangshuo to Hong Kong is actually a bus to Shenzhen, a city on the boarder of Hong Kong, you take the bus and then walk across the boarder. We booked the bus through out hostel in Yanghsuo, its departure time was 9pm and it was due ...
... to kacze krzyki w zwiasku z tym, ze tak wlasnie dla mnie brzmi jezyk kantonski) wiec zworicily moja uwage. Co sie okazalo kacze krzyki pochodzace z lodzi byly skierowane w moja strone. Stanelam, spojzalam, sami Azjaci...hmm no dobra...czemu nie, wsiadlam. Powiem tak, Byla to bardzo dobra decyzja. Ta lodz, okazalo sie ze byla tak jakby autobusem na wodzie. a przystankami byly lodzie czyli domy mieszkancow ( nie mialam pojecia o tym, ze na kazdej z tych lodzi mieszkaja lokalni, ...