Marco Polo Shenzhen
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... I tend to go when it is just busy and not uber, I know what deodorant you should be using, kind of busy. The other interesting thing about the train is that it is basically one continuous train and the section are like the bendy bus sections. There are no cars and it looks like it goes on forever if you load on near one of the heads. Regardless, we found ourselves on the green line heading back to the ever infamous Coco Park, home of SeaHood!
When we arrived, we came up ...
... to make it to a taxi rank with Richo and 2 others through a nearly deserted building. We left about 15 of the group still there trying to haggle a few extra drinks.
A 45 minute taxi drive later we made it to the hotel, where we met up with 3 others who had left earlier. Another Bushmills with roomie McBride, and I went to bed expecting to hear in the morning that we had lost a large proportion of our touring group.
More news on that later.
... the sea and little islands dotted about! Our photos were waiting for us at the top- again we didn't buy them! Paul had seen what looked like the best roller coaster online so we decided that had to be the first ride. Trying to find it was no mean feat though- the parks signposts were terrible. There'd be one sign saying 'go this way' the next would say anything then the one after would point you in the direction you'd come from- it was quite frustrating!! ...
We are staying in Hong Kong for 2 days. It took 9 hours on the plane to get here. Tomorrow we will fly for 13 hours to get to Rome so it is good to stopover in Hong Kong for a couple of days. Today we went swimming in the hotel pool and tonight we met my aunty who I call Yi Po Sue Sue, and my cousins and we had dinner at the Hong Kong Football ...
... me wonderful stay, and bid me adieu by saying, "Enjoy the Asians!" When she saw the puzzled look in my face, she giggled and quickly corrected herself and said, "Enjoy Asia!"
As I search to find that balance in my life, I can only hope the service in the relief work I will be providing will be done with the same smile and genuine sincerity I experienced on this flight.
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