Kempinski Hotel Shenzhen
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A quick study of our travel apps has led us to a trip to Stanley today. It is on the opposite side of Hong Kong Island and the metro and a bus trip is the way to arrive at your destination. We have some Chinese currency left so I have taken them to the bank for exchange but what an ordeal. The paperwork and the process of checking documentation kept us there for 45 minutes just to change 620RMB. Entertainment was provided on the queue when a cockroach started to ...
... was 20 hours and most of the time I was actually sleeping. There were 6 beds in each 'room'. Bottom, middle and upper. Sometimes someone would go around with food and drinks while shouting. At night they turned of the light around 10pm. It was a really nice trip and I felt really safe, I don't mind travelling like this again :) Oh and later, before we arrived in Huangshan, they gave me the ticket back and I returned the ...
... breakfast, we had Burger King, for lunch, McDonalds, and for dinner, McDonalds again.
I will go on to note, that the McDonalds in Hong Kong served newer items not yet seen in the mainland such as the sponsorship with DC comics. I thought it avant-garde to try one of these sandwiches and came away feeling glad that I have.
In the heart of Hong Kong, lied the financial district. We hadn’t known it at first, but we stumbled out of the ...
... by vendors every street corner.Had a drink on waterfront, dinner at the outback steakhouse as suspect of smaller places hygiene! Will do that tomorrow. Headed back to hotel for an early night.
Had huge breakfast at hotel - amazing choice of breads, cheeses, cereals, fresh fruit, Danishes, nuts and raisins, freshly made omelettes, bacon, baked beans, pork sausages, steak and heaps more.
Put the walking shoes on and headed for star ...
... They ceased using them about 10 years ago. Lovely gardens and a very nice restaurant within the precinct. After this we head to the MRT to travel out to Daniels most favourite place in Hong Kong - the Nan Lian Garden at Diamond Hill. They are part of the Chi Lin Nunnery and are breathtaking beautiful and tranquil. We went twice around and saw beautiful ponds with enormous carp, lovely bridges and buildings made of wood with no nails ...