Jisheng Hotel (Shenzhen Longhua)
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... was yummy and back to the hotel for afternoon tea. A quick freshen up and back to the bar for happy hour!! I tried booking in the buffet restaurant before leaving but it was fully booked but we got in as they had a cancellation which was nice having dinner on our last night Off to bed up early for our transfer at 7am to catch cx279 to ...
... the ferries run every few minutes. Having no agenda in mind made it easy to go with the flow and being a Sunday it was very busy once we got to Hong Kong. There appeared to be a marathon going on so we watched the crowds for awhile, wandered with ice cream and went on the ferris wheel to get a view of the harbour and the high rises. I am glad we decided on a low key day (with time for an afternoon nap). I think we are adjusting well to the time change but I still ...
... to the band and enjoyed some people doing karaoke and wished we could sing so we could have joined in. Yes, we had had enough to drink so were fearless, but not that stupid. We needed Helen! Fortunately they were closing up so we had to go home. Such a fun night. Although we were worse for wear, I was up for brekky at 9. Ok, ok so I set the alarm. Nice brekky then I left Ken behind and went shopping. Managed the mtr all by myself and didn't get lost. ...
... on one side, and less than a hand span from the other. I have to crawl in from the end. Quite undignified. There are no wardrobes or storage space. So, definitely not built for two overweight Westerners. I guess if all the apartments were roomy, the over 7 million people in Hong Kong couldn't fit in.
Hopefully we'll go out tomorrow, so I can take some photos, do some shopping and show Terry around. If he can stand the heat and humidity.
... I'm not a nationalist and don't really like the connotation that goes along with the word "patriot", but I'm also realistic. So the U.S. is passively imperialistic--I do apologize that some of your countries' cultures are being diluted by American culture, but it's ultimately the responsibility of the people to accept or deny this. Let's recall where I live--Communist China--where the economy is closely regulated and controlled. Yet where is this clothing ...