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... of property ownership and investments. The storm finally hit!! The wind blew, the rain pelted and it was time for us to move indoors and shelter from the onslaught outside. With free wifi, we used this time to send Viber messages back home and make some amendments to this blog. Many expats gathered and were also caught by the evenings' events. But after the consumption of an Italian Pino Grigio as well as our evening meal, it was safe to leave and catch the ferry ...
... to take in the sites. I stopped by a Moss burger chain and picked up a couple burgers for me and Dan to try.
Later in the evening we went to check out Star Avenue. This is a walking path along the port with statues of famous stars (and cement hand prints). It was pretty busy for the time in the evening and the skyline was a great view! I love how the city always feels alive and is never really cold =).
-- Ryan ...
... at a mall to get some. I ended up buying two huge scarves that were the size of small blankets when we laid it out flat. Equipped with our scarf towels we headed for the beach. To get there we had to take the metro and then transfer onto a bus that would take us to the other side of the mountain. As we were coming out of the metro to go to the bus stop we saw a shockingly abnormal amount of Chinese people lined up at the bus stop. I'm talking lines ...
... and most of the karst hills/mountains and some small lakes.
I thought that they were unique and spectacular to look at.
The flight to Guilin was delayed for 3 hours due to a technical problem.
So we decided to spend our time buying food to eat and just wonder around Shenzhen airport.
We also had some random games outside i.e,. fast numbers ,psychologist..
The Kumsusan memorial palace is not to be confused with the international friendship exhibition which displays diplomatic gifts. On display in the exhibition include an armoured train from Chairman Mao, a bullet proof limousine from Joseph Stalin, a basketball signed by Michael Jordan and a copy of Space Jam on VHS. Like the memorial palace these gifts act as propaganda to evidence international support of North Korea.