Metropark Hotel Shenzhen
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... back to our hotel at about 8pm. A long, busy day but most interesting and enjoyable. Sunday 2nd November Finally feel my sleeping pattern has adjusted to HK time. Set off for Stanley. Walked through another interesting part of town where the local Chinese obviously shop in the narrow alleys teeming with stalls and people. Even the banks were open. Got the bus over the hill and enjoyed the ride. A tight squeeze in parts as two buses pass each other. Stanley markets were ...
... br> The view from the back was awesome. It was a very peaceful part of Hong Kong which I think you have to really search for in such a busy, crazy city.
We also walked inside the base where there are different shrines and plaques to locals that have died and the families have honoured them in here. They dated back until around 1950 (maybe longer but that was as far back with recognisable dates in English).
At the bottom of the large set of steps is ...
... be better, which is certainly true--it can be. Some aspects of China are even better than the U.S., for sure. However, as opposed to leaving the country because of its faults, I feel compelled to return in a naive effort to cure it.
Complaining does nothing. Many of us fortunate enough to leave the U.S. and learn from other countries come back to continue the trend; we complain about how X country did something better than the U.S., then go to our jobs and ...
... to look more familiar but equally spectacular. As this is being typed QM2 is moored alongside what used to be the runway of the old Hong Kong Airport. That was the airport, closed 14 years ago, where the aeroplanes flew directly over the low rise housing, and between the sky scrapers before landing. That old airport is now a very impressive and
official looking cruise terminal.
On time we boarded our tour bus to take us into Hong City to begin our ‘Hong ...
... is readable, and if it says something inappropriate please don't tell me ;). I am looking forward to putting a name to the taste.
Dinner this evening was another Vietnamese affair, prawns rolled in sugar cane, chicken with rice, pork spring rolls served up with salad and dipping sauce. We also tried ground green beans with luminous green jelly and coconut milk, that was a drink, but felt like dessert, quite different, like an oriental thick shake. Suitably ...