JW Marriott Hotel Shenzhen
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There sere some sore heads this morning; not to mention any names (McBride & Wakeford. You'd think silly old bigger would know better.
I had a nice easy day, cruising around. Poor old Phil still looked green at the pre-dinner meeting.
Pictures still the story of the evening, that I remember anyway. Plenty got on the turps after, but I had an early start to Bangkok.
... puzzles, an exhibition with optical illusions but the most fun part was the maze of mirrors. And it was not only a maze with just mirrors, there were actually many kinds of mirrors. Some would turn you upside down, show you from beside or just you're back, which was weird. Looking in to the mirror not seeing your face but the back of your head. When I left, the museum started to get crowded with groups of students from all ages, good thing I got here in the ...
Today was spent meeting up with cousins from my dad's side. Dan and I met up with the younger cousins that are close to our age and hung out in the afternoon. They took us to a cafe in one of the malls by the Central MTR station. The cafe specializes in fusion foods. Dan got a dutch style pancake fused with German Curry-wurst. There was a sign saying that if one of us liked the cafe’s facebook page, we were entitled to a buy one get one free drink! ...
... waiting to go in...there must be alot of rich people who come on holiday to shop there.
For lunch we had picked somewhere out of the guide book and eventually tracked it down but were a little surprised. We were expecting a hawker style market like in Singapore but when we walked it it was a case of spot the tourist!!! Every one looked at us and there wasn't an English sign anywhere and after some of the food we had seen we wernt that brave to try a ...
... web startups, and took time out from his day to show us around. We saw the "Clock Tower", an old British colony brick construction that signified the end of the railway at one point in time and is now a common meeting place in the city. From there, we saw the skyline of part of the city, looking across the harbor, and boarded a ferry to find lunch on Hong Kong Island. The whole city is ultra-modern, with an excellent, spotless metro ...