Sheraton Shenzhen Futian Hotel
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... and take look a at he menu. Yep! It's got all the western trappings. Boiled chicken feet, steamed pigs guts and a host of other creepy looking dishes. We spot a restaurant across the parking lot and decide, let's do it. Walking into the restaurant is like walking into time zone. The place looks like a massive wedding reception in Brackenfell. 4 pretty Chinese girls bow as you walk into the front door, motioning you to sit at one of the heavily draped tables in a vast dinning ...
... the vertigo inducing peak tram, and into the fog! The views must be incredible, but unfortunately we could see absolutely nothing. Not even a little hint of something through the mist. Didn't stop Dad using the binoculars though...I think he's still trying to work out where he is...
Once we had descended back out of the fog into, you've guessed it the rain, we decided to take a tram to the far end of the island, and then walk ...
... the photograph on the left, I was walking up and down the block looking for the frustratingly concealed Chungking Mansions. Where were they?! The Economist said they took up an entire city block! Answer: See upper right-hand corner.
I stopped at the street corner to get my bearings and scrolled through the pictures on my camera. Privately embarrassed that my own camera was more perceptive than me, I ...
... classes were very rewarding, a lot of work and that Martha was strict but a patient and gifted teacher - they were right on all counts!
We took Wok Cookery Lesson C - Cantonese Cuisine. During the day we prepared (or helped to prepare) deep fried salt and pepper squid with crispy garlic, steamed fish with garlic sauce, braised village style duck and stir fried beef with vegetables. Martha guided us through the dishes (and ...
It was mid afternoon by the time we cleared immigration and customs. The immigration queue was annoyingly long and chaotic; made a bit of a mockery of the money they spent on the new airport. The taxis were plentiful though and we were soon on our way across several new bridges to the mainland and a tunnel to Hong Kong island. Trees and branches were down along our route. The rain came in torrents and the wind ...
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