Marco Polo Shenzhen
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... kill someone famous from the cast so they cant make any more Despicable me 2 - hehehehehehe i love this film Elysium - pretty good actually despite Matt Damon being in it. Worth watching just the saffa accent of the main baddie. Film makes you want to kill rich people. Better than the latest Tom Cruise sci-fi which i cant remember the name of right now Anyway, 104 hours later they came round with breakfast, which was pretty rubbish and turned up the lights, even though it ...
I seem to need about six hours sleep per night these days. So when I fell asleep at 10pm, it was perhaps expected that I'd wake up at 5am, even without my hated alarms. It was dark outside, so I decided to "sleep in" till 6am. So once it hit 6am with much screeching and cheery tuning, I was already up and putting my running shoes on to hit the road with a sunrise run.
I LOVE running in the morning in foreign cities. actually I love running anywhere, but be on ...
A long day and unfortunately quite a lot of queuing and waiting. We started by waiting for a table at City Hall for Dim Sum. Very busy with the huge room completely full, tradional trolleys were constantly being pushed past our table. Luckily they also had English signs, but actually many of the dishes looked very much like those we eat in Wellington. But the elegant room with its huge chandeliers, silver teapots, crisp white linen table cloths, white aproned waiters ...
... took a 40 minute bus ride to the Shenzhen/ Hong Kong border, had to walk a few blocks to the customs area (which was a cluster of shops and stalls taking you through a maze until you finally found the border crossing), then go through 3 gates of customs, filling out paperwork all along the way. After we crossed over, it was about an hour metro train ride to our neighborhood. By the time we reached our hotel, The Empire, in Wan Chai on Hong Kong island, we were fairly tired. We ...
... a little to be desired. After lunch we had a quick look around the souvenir shops before we jumped on the Cable car for a 5.7km ride back to the point where our bus would meet us. I decided to upgrade to the crystal cabin which had a glass floor for a better view of the valley below. After the cable car ride we jumped back on the bus and head back to hotel for dinner and an early ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet