La Waterfront Hotel Shenzhen
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... you are told to sit down in your seat by a rather angry young woman! Lined up at immigration at Macau, but Kev went through a lane for over 65, disabled etc with no queue, but he still had to wait for the rest of us outside. Mario from Portugal was our guide and he was excellent. Did not tolerate queue jumpers, or those who tried to tag along and listen in to him. Macau was returned to the Chinese in 1997 and is a SAR until 2047, same as HK. China has allocated the casinos ...
... where we were the other night for dinner and then we saw down the road next to it a familiar sign, there was an Outback Steakhouse. There is an Outback Steakhouse at the end of the road from the Smith's Orlando house which we ate in a couple times on our trip there last year. We really wanted something familiar so decided it was a sign! The food was very good although Kayley's burger wasn't cooked as well down as she asked for.
This trip time just keeps getting away from us! Before ...
... for 3 months. When I arrived in China, I had to change it to a work visa. Let me go through my passport and count how many visas it took until they finally got it right, and how long.
I have seven visas over a period of 5 months. That's how inefficient the system is: they messed up the visa process seven times--which took so much up space in my passport that (as you'll see later) I had to buy $200 worth of new pages. It also took 5 months--compared to 4 ...
... is included so we obviously want to ensure we get our money's worth. At the entrance to the restaurant a crew member is making everyone clean their hands with gel. There are signs everywhere about hygiene and we had to sign a form certifying we were not ill when checking in. Obviously they are paranoid about the bad publicity an outbreak of novo virus would cause. Its good to see they are taking this seriously but on the other hand you can't help thinking " Blimey. If I'd ...
... to HK island with its impressive waterfront is a lovely site, shame it is now so smoggy, hopefully that's just a winter thing and not a permanent one. On the way back I drop into a couple of bars for a beer, this cuan only be described as an interesting experience, whee pretentious city w****** frequent to the point of overtaking a bar and any of its ambience. Putting that to one side though there is an eclectic mix of styles, cultures and experiences. HK island is ...