Gloucester Luk Kwok Hong Kong
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... 8217;s Park, still in the rain & then went to the museum, which was quite good & was free. It had very comprehensive displays of things like ancient Chinese bronze, ancient Chinese sculpture, Chinese painting, Chinese calligraphy, ancient Chinese ceramics, ancient Chinese jade, Ming & Qing dynasty furniture & Chinese & Silk Road currencies. That evening my Chinese tour leader, Michelle & I met our new travelling companion, Patrick, as there ...
... than we would probably need, but better to have it than not have it.
We turned on our mobile data as the wifi at the station wasn't working, tried to get Google Maps to work, with no luck (it's one of the blocked sites in China), so did a search on how to get from Shenzhen to the border. A forum on Trip Adviser confirmed that it was just a short walk from Shenzhen station, but didn't provide any details as to where this "walk" might happen to start.
... outdoor seated bronze buddha but it is certainly the largest I've ever seen; seated, standing, bronze, indoor, outdoor or otherwise.
On getting off of the cable car we did an unusually touristy thing and bought a copy of the souvenir photo they take of you as you leave the first cable car station. We also got a couple of extra shots of us with the Big Buddha in the background and standing in front of a green screen holding ceremonial drumsticks. We ...
... develop inappropriate attachments to inanimate objects) and another one selling mouse pads that looked like people's heads and torsos, with mounds of strategically placed cushioning.
I would say we had a good time and it was worth the experience. It was less weird than I thought it would be but also not somewhere I would want to hang around for a prolonged period of time. I bought a cat shaped tissue box cover though, so by no means a wasted experience.
... it all the more exciting. I am so looking forward to living out of my comfort zone, albeit with some trepidation.
Had to give myself a quick nap, what with only having a maximum of 2 hours sleep on the plane. After that I made my first trip out in Hong Kong alone, but I was joined by many stares - apparently no-one in the vicinity of Hong Kong has ever seen a blonde, white female. But I'll take it ...