Metropark Hotel Shenzhen
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... I kind of was hoping for a Lord of the Flies moment where they sacrificed her so they could move on. Either way, I felt that weird jealousy that a course like that had not existed when I was little. Of course I would have probably needed to be in China to go on it.
When everyone emerged and we headed back inside Lisa and Summer announced that we should eat before we went to the movie. I was not super hungry but I was down to do whatever because we had an hour ...
At this point we were tired and sore possibly a little over being a tourist and wanted to stay in bed and read but alas that was not to be.... Firstly I choose where we ate breakfast and thank goodness I did because I remembered a little french styled patisserie so we did what the french do had hot chocolates and croissants. The true breakfast of champions. We then again wandered down my ...
... so hard not to let that happen I wasn't so bothered when it dropped- know what to do in the future then!! When walking to another 'land' we noticed an indoor swimming pool area so decided to investigate. We walked in and saw DOLPHINS!!!! Now anyone that knows me well will know that dolphins are my favourite animal! I just wanted to jump in the pool with them and their trainers!! Unfortunately for me and fortunately for them it was too well guarded!! I did get ...
... along the harbour to watch the nightly 8pm Symphony of Light Show very spectacular to see.
SYMPHONY OF LIGHT SHOW
Named as the 'World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show' by Guinness World Records, coloured lights, laser beams and searchlights perform in an unforgettable all-round spectacle synchronised to music and narration that celebrates the energy, spirit and diversity of Hong Kong.
... the sun did not shine we got a great view of the city and in the other direction the South China Sea and coast. It was possible to see the ship in the distance. As well as the view there was a restaurant at the top, some shops and a tram station.
The peak is normally accessed by the tram but this is the route we took down. The tram is actually a funicular railway, is said to be the steepest in the world and has been running without an accident since ...