JW Marriott Hotel Shenzhen
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I spent almost a week in Hong Kong, and at the time of writing it seems like so long that I probably don't remember everything I did. Some nice things included:
- taking my mum out to meet my friend Ruby from school (who'd be one of my travelling companions after my mum left) and her mum who lives in Hong Kong. They took us out for delicious food and showed us round lots of pretty places on Hong Kong ...
... and nervous about the new surroundings. After dropping the bags off and checking in, we were all craving a real meal (even Hayley, so I think she is feeling better). We popped into a local noodle and dumpling shop right next to the hotel called "King's Place", right next to the hotel, and feasted on fried rice, bok choi with mushrooms, noodle soup and dumplings. ...
7 hours on a plane then a 7 hour lay over in Hong Kong... here are a number of ways to kill the time:
1. Consider all the flight destinations on offer for immediate departure: Zurich? San Francisco? Taipei? Back to Australia? Melbourne this time?
2. Go around the gadget shop, standard airport behaviour.
3. Watch too much tv, got a lot of Breaking Bad to catch up on.
4. Drink copious amounts of ...
... not just by model but by serial number... and we didn't have the laptop with us. So, getting them to hold it, telling them we'd be back in the morning... we went out and found a nice noodle & dumpling dinner at an out of the way hole in the wall. Trouble is, it wasn't inside, but under tarps, on a very rainy day. We laughed and had fun as we tried to stay dry and show our appreciation fro the food and service.
True to our word, Bobby and I returned, ...
... around and did stuff. I slept through the entire second flight. Hong Kong Airport was one of the easiest entries I've ever had. It took us less than an hour from gate to hotel, using the high speed rail that takes you into Hong Kong in 20 minutes. We are staying on the Kowloon side-thats the part that is connected to the mainland. I can't speak for central (the island) but Kowloon has a very specific feel to it. Most of the buildings are decrepit-old 1960s high ...