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We had to wait around for 1.5 hours before we could leave our hotel room, because we stayed at one way far away from the train station with a free shuttle bus. A taxi back would have been too expensive, blah.
So, from the Guangzhou station we went to Shenzhen, which was an experience in itself. Once again, the frenzy that is China at holiday time was evident. Then, from Shenzhen it is a long subway ride ...
... and tatt. The $33 ticket to go inside the Buddha included a vegetarian snack, and an excellent snack it was. A plate of vegetable noodles with spring rolls, wontons with sweet buns for afters and tea of course (Liptons!!). Back in Kowloon there's time for pre-dinner drinks before heading up to Knutsford Terrace for more Italian food. Mong Kok and Ladies Market was the next stop, at 9pm the streets are still full to over flowing. A few purchases later we head for ...
Overcast Day 28 Degrees. We awake just before 7 am but are in no hurry as today is another sea day. We head to breakfast just on 8.30am. After breakfast we take a stroll through the promenade and a walk on the top deck. We head to the vegetable carving display, which once again is very good. After the carving is finished we go to the La Scala Theatre for an information talk about Ho Chi Minh city, which is our next port. The lady doing the talk is apparently a volunteer and has ...
... s very little in the way of tourism in Shenzhen, so we spent most of our time relaxing at the hotel. One of the principles was very sick, so I went on for him the whole time here, which was a rush because the show was dubbed in Mandarin. Shenzhen was definitely a learning experience.
... happy hour and were treated to awesome
renditions of classics from yesteryear by a gentleman behind a piano who we
referred to as “Hong Kong Kenny”.
We walked to a local neighbourhood and found a little café for
some sweet and sour pork, calamari, pigeon, and a couple of beers. From there
to a bar, which ironically turned out to be Japanese (Jon and Kym live in
Japan) for a couple of cocktails. My first, a ...