JW Marriott Hotel Shenzhen
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... for us we were just finishing outer drinks...other late night diners had their dinner scooped away as the police raid descended on the Spicy Crab. Just another ordinary day in Asia. Midnight rolled in and we still had not quite made the sanctuary of our hotel. It may have been a late start...but we made the most of the hours available. Last day tomorrow......if only I had a Mary Poppins bag .... Pedometer Reading: 19 211 Temperature: Hong Kong 26 C and ...
Hong Kong 30th December 2013 to 5th January 2014 by Martin Hong Kong is like nowhere else I've ever been. Skyscrapers dominate the skyline. Shopping malls dominate the streets (and first 5 levels of every building). Obscene displays of wealth dominate everywhere else. At one point we were waiting to cross the road when about £10m worth of cars went past (actually more like £20m when you include the 100%2525 registration tax on luxury cars in Hong Kong). It was like watching ...
... at the local food stall and made the most of it. Then our man showed up and off we went. An hour later we got off and went to check in. We then realised our man had dropped us off at the wrong Airport. There's now 2 airports in Bangkok and he'd taken us to the new one, we needed to be at the old one...and as usual we were running out of time. We had told our man which airport to go to so who knows what happened. ...
... landscape indeed. Olympia was hot and dry and although impressive, all of us (apart from Pete) have run out of enthusiasm for ruins. Fraser and Pete did race down the track though. Although, they weren't naked as the athletes were when they ran it originally. Probably a good thing for the other tourists there that day. We then drove to Karakohori, where we were staying that night. A beautiful B&B in the countryside that is owned by an Italian ...
Travelling across the border from Hong Kong to China is easy seamless walk through. But the hoards of mainland comrades with no understanding of etiquette is still a frustrating element of travel. No matter where you are in the world these nouveau rich ...