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Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... building was built on reclaimed land in 1988. The glass curtain was the world's largest at the time, overlooking the Victoria Harbour on three sides.
The second phase of the centre, located on an artificial island, was constructed from 1994 to 1997, and features a bird-like rooftop taking only 48 months from reclamation to completion. It has the capacity to hold 140,000 people in it's six floors of halls, meeting rooms etc.. ...
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... hand - I did resist despite some beautiful pieces. Next stop was Stanley Market - I could have spent a couple of hours here. Bought a pair of reeboks for $62 A$ and Paul got a pair of Rockport's, cheaper than he gets on sale in Melbourne, or in the US. We were amazed to see the beautiful beaches and noted many swimming or sun baking. Finished off with a trip by cable car down Victoria Peak. Back to the ...
... able to. In the end we had to shorten our time here due to an incoming Cyclone. We call them Hurricanes back home and if there is one thing we know about, it's hurricanes. Not having the supplies nor the location for a proper hurricane party it was time to bail on HK. Fortunately we have an escape plane laid out and it involves an old college buddy and a very out of the way place.
Anyone out there ever been to Brunei?
... crowd outside waiting for tables, over an hours wait. The staff were rude (everyone there was local so I don't think they liked seeing 'foreigners') but the food was exceptional and definitely worth the wait. They had BBQ pork buns and oh my gosh they were unreal! We are hoping to go back to the one they have in Singapore!!
After lunch we headed to check out the Mid Level Escalators. As Hong Kong is fairly hilly, they have built a series of outdoor escalators ...