JW Marriott Hotel Shenzhen
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... south side of the Island and beyond. It was a little hazy so on a clear day it must be even more spectacular. The audio info took about 90 minutes to go through it. As well as the audio element we had a touch screen PDA type thing that showed the skyline and various photos. The historical pictures taken from the same location were particularly interesting as it showed just how much the place had changed, not just the skyline, but the shoreline. An island had been gobbled ...
So after two years driving and wandering the yellow brick road of Australia's east coast, it was time for Nicholas to click together the heels of his thongs and head for home.
The last two weeks in Oz were a chaotic mix of drinking and trying to dispose of items acquired over two years. My life ultimately fitted into two small boxes, which have been posted home via sea and should arrive for my 50th birthday, and two bags. Otherwise the ...
My original plan for today was to go to the peak, a hill with great views which overlook the city. As the hotel had no windows I had to rely on my phone to tell me what the weather was like - 17 degrees and sunny. Awesome! Not sure if my phone is a liar or being ironic but when I got outside I found it was raining with a cloud base of about 100 feet. I figured I'd head to central HK and do the peak later if the clouds lifted.
I took the star ferry across ...
... end to those on the other took forever. Prices weren’t attractive, at least not to us. This was high-end stuff.
We checked out some camera stores because I had lost a lens cap. There is no haggling over prices here, and we ended up shelling out the equivalent of $30 to find one. The salesman admitted the price for this Canon-branded lens cap was outrageous. He joked that we could find a much cheaper knockoff in China.
The best view of ...
... government in its infinite wisdom is closing them all down and there were none here this morning. We continued descending until we reached Connaught Street where we took the tram back to North Point for lunch at what is becomming our regular haunt.
Back to the hotel for an afternoon rest.
Go out again at 16:00 having confirmed our airport transfer for 17:05 tomorrow. We leave the trams tonight and head for the MTR underground ...