JW Marriott Hotel Shenzhen
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Let's see Hong Kong! Today I Brought a package which includes three bus routes round the city a night bus tour , feet ect. Hong Kong is great so far not scary at all easy for a British tourist. All the signs are in Chinese and English, even most the restaurants have made it easy by having menus in both languages or have lots of pictures so if all fails you can point at the picture you like. Started the day with some cheap breakfast ...
The second and final blog from China starts with another overnight train from Shanghai to Guilin. On arrival to the Shanghai South station or Sorth as our guide continues to call it and no one is brave enough to correct her; we were all impressed that the station was very organised more like an airport and so much more practical than Xi'an or Beijing stations where you literally had to fight your way through people and their hundreds of bags to even board the train. Although we liked ...
... held today. China rules Hong Kong as " One Country Two Systems", but the locals want more control over who they can elect.
The Central district where we are staying is very hilly, and some streets, eg Ladder Street, consist entirely of concrete steps. To make it easier to get about there is the longest covered escalator system in the world, so we rode it up for a while, then walked back down to our street, stopping at Marks and Spencer so Terry could buy himself some scones.
... students have to choose what general field they will go into--after middle school. They're 14 when they choose what they want to be involved in for their whole life. Once they make that choice, they have an exact, precise course they have to take until they graduate college (if they go in China). In contrast, I chose my major, Political Science, when I was going into my junior year in college. Pretty big difference, I'd say.
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... phones, we get the seat moves that Leah asked for and the world is good. I pray that we land safe in London, and the traveller thing will have been a success, with a safe conclusion, even if I don't get a job for a year...which I don't want to happen, but I'd take it over death any day A distinctly spanish geeza asks the cabin crew to get their **** together. I suspect that he is in fact the REAL Jernando Jiminez Oh man. BA's safety instructions haven't changed since the ...