JW Marriott Hotel Shenzhen
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... which in turn take you right to the Buddha site.
Richard treated us to a ride in the glass-bottom cable cars, which cost a bit extra but are really fun. You can see the bay, coastline, waterfalls, beautiful forests, and some people hiking up who were probably wishing they had gone for the cable car!
The staircase up to the ...
The second official day of our day dawned with an anticipation for the local Dim sum for breakfast at what we were told was a very famous local restaurant. The place was packed with Chinese, many of who were elderly and would spend the majority of the morning there eating slowly and gossiping. Afterwards, we went to the local grocery store to stock up for the long ride on the hard sleeper train this evening. We had time to again wander around the local area, this ...
... gold eye masks and plastic gold beads that had come out of the Christmas crackers. All sorts of classy. I mean, bling! Being appropriate dressed, we sat down to the first course of Christmas dinner, Gravadlex (cured salmon) which we had with fresh bread and the flavoursome butter Pete had created earlier. Considering this was super tasty, we found it pretty difficult not to fill ourselves up with this, but with the Christmas feast looming, we managed ...
... with the trams and all the technical stuff .
It was really really busy and I loved our hotel.
One day we went to Disney Land! We were taking the train to the end of the line to go up a cable car to a Buddhist monastery. Dad even showed it to us in the guide book. Then mum said that the cable car is near Sunny Bay, the second last stop, not the last one. So we got of at Sunny Bay and we ...
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 ...