Kempinski Hotel Shenzhen
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... probably spans 6 or 7 blocks here. There were also other hotels that were almost as massive. Once we were done at the Venetian, we headed to City of Dreams across the street to get some dinner. We both had a vegetable noodle soup. It was pretty good. We headed back to the Venetian to catch a free bus back to the ferry port. Time for our long trek back home. Our ferry was at 9:15pm and we ended up back home at around 11:45pm. Safe ...
... platform on the 43rd floor for free. So after having our bags scanned and passports checked (it was all very official!) we were allowed in the lift up to the 43rd floor. This is only about halfway up the tower, but it is as far as tourists are allowed to go. The platform was not busy at all as it is not advertised as a tourist attraction, so it was great to go up there.
The Symphony Of Lights show is a 15 minute light and laser show were ...
Although our arrival in Hong Kong from Oahu went relatively smooth. When we finally touched down we couldn't help but feel a bit discombobulated. I imagine the feeling is similar to the participant of that "game" where you spin around a few times with your head down holding a baseball bat and then are expected to traverse a cone maze to finally hit a baseball from a tee. Actually that just ...
... George Bush is a douchebag". That's stupid, but it's OK, as long as your teacher accepts that term as usable. We're taught about world history, not just U.S. history. I've met some Westerners (English, specifically) that told me they didn't have world history classes. Only English history classes, which seems pretty remarkable. People love to say that the U.S. is self-centered and that what we're taught in school is brainwashing us to believe we're the best. While we ...
A lot has happened since my last entry so I don't really know where to begin.
When I finally had to move out of the hotel and move into the university, I didn't realize how hard it would be to get a backpack and suitcase all the way across the city using only public transportation. I only had a vague idea of how to get to HKUST (my university) so I knew it was going to be an adventure. I ...