Metropark Hotel Shenzhen
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... but we didn't buy them anyway. We got a bit wet but it was more from the water Paul decided to chuck over my back at the beginning of the ride! As we were already a bit wet, we went across to the rapids. Guess who met us.... Some more of our friends from Kodak (not the same ones). Again they didn't ask us if we wanted a photo just told us to smile and be HAPPY and clicked away! Three other lads in our boat did the same. At home, the rapids don't tend to get ...
We kicked off our Asian adventure with 3 days in Hong Kong. We arrived, fairly exhausted after a 15 hour flight, at 10pm to hour AirBnB. While most of us would have been happy to simply go to bed, Nicole was insistent that we go explore Lan Kwai Fong (LKF), the primary nightlife destination of downtown Hong Kong. Only a 10 minute walk from where we were staying, we all decided it was at least worth going for a beer. This was definitely the right call, as ...
... on hop off" tourist bus with all the entries pre booked to avoid queuing. Although, strangely, hopping on the bus is forbidden, along with alcohol, littering, smoking, knives and other weapons and macrame, for obvious reasons. Macrame is a particular issue in Hong Kong. It enjoyed a brief period of acceptability back in the 70s when it's function was to create plant pot holders, belts for ladies and tow ropes for cars but it ...
... expose even the dirtiest details. It's encouraged. We can protest without getting beat or shot (usually)--but better yet, we can do it. One thing I realized when I left the U.S. is that the idea of protesting is pretty distinct U.S. thing. Of course other Western countries do it--I was there when Spain just began its massive protests. But it is a distinctly American trait, annoying or not, to protest against pretty much anything we want, undisturbed. To sign petitions. ...
We woke this morning to the sound of a myriad church bells tolling across the city. Peeping out through the shutters we see deep grey clouds and the heavens emptying themselves of rain. It would appear we have brought our little Welsh rain pixies with us ;) And it feels like a Sunday morning back at home.
So what to do, we could shop, but where is the fun in that. We are going to keep a promise we made to Joseph. We are off to the cinema to see ...