Mission Hills Resort Shenzhen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... in Asia), and rode a cable car which spanned 5.7km, back down to the subway station. We also went to Aberdeen and ate at the worlds biggest floating restaurant, and then spent the rest of the day watching lion dances, Kung fu, and local girls dancing in beautiful consumes from all over China. It made me think about Anne Todman, Julie, and Sumedha, having to spend a fortune on costumes for their dancing daughters, just like the mums of these girls had ...
Tai O village was interesting to walk around although the stilt village is disappearing. Went up to see the Big Buddha - beautiful scenery on the way up although slightly marred by the bus driver who thought he was a F1 racer ! Sue likens it to the Harry Potter night bus and she's not wrong !!
The first time I went to see this Buddha ...
... curry sauce. Drinking games began, ring of fire, truth or dare and i have never. Learnt some interesting **** about everyone that night. Then it was time to go out, a fun taxi ride later trying to explain where we wanted to go and we arrived at the bulldog on the water front with a view of Honk Kong island. This was a huge high point, a beer in hand, in Hong Kong with a wicked view this was the life. A live band got under way and kept us ...
Today's itinerary takes me by the underground metro system towards the top of the Kowloon peninsula (with over 2.1 million people living in an area of less than 47 square
kilometers, Kowloon is one of the most densely populated places on the
planet) to Sham Sui Po ... a local market area with streets specifically for electronics, clothing, flea market goods plus the everyday food stalls.. thousands of locals jam the streets.. ...
... in it. The prof was great! She was super sweet, and could speak English fairly well which was an obvious bonus! Throughout my lecture (and all my lectures) the professors like to ask exchange students many questions. They have a genuine interest in your home country's culture and they want to learn about it. It has its pros and cons. I definitely won't be caught not paying attention anymore! On Tuesday after class it was the only nice day of the week, so we ...