Mission Hills Resort Shenzhen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we managed to do some shopping and have lunch on the waterfront. Plenty of activity going on on the water with wind surfers, P-class yachts, leisure craft and Chinese junks, but nobody in the water swimming. Walked along the coast a bit to an old temple and up the hill a bit. Nice views. It would be nicer to live on this side of HK Island than the other as the hills are still covered in vegetation, there are walking trails on the hills, less highrise and it has nice ...
... Monastery which we had a walk around and enjoyed the peace it offers. The statues that dotted the area were amazing and we even saw a service in action in the main temple with some monks, obviously we had to keep our distance and keep quiet.
Just as we decided to head back towards the cable car the rain really started to come down so we watched it pass then headed back toward the cable cars.
One of the shops we saw on our way back, which we somehow managed ...
... But their Constitution says they're a democracy with freedom of speech and press, just like us" some say. Big whoop. What does that matter? One thing I've learned is that the God-forsaken checks and balances system actually does something--what good is a Constitution when you only have one branch of government that controls it all? Some of you might be thinking, "duh, John," but when is the last time you really thought and appreciated checks and balances? Or ...
... Tour Old and New’. Tuesday is a very busy day in Hong Kong like a Monday anywhere else apparently because Tuesday in Hong Kong is Monday in New York. This means there were plenty of people on the streets.
The first stop was the Man Mo temple. Built in 1847 (the 27thyear of Emperor Dowguang Qing Dynasty), this is the oldest place of worship in Hong Kong and is situated on Hollywood Road (oddly!). This is a Taoist temple. Man is the God of War and Mo the God ...
It seems we have finally started to overcome the jet lag. But today is a day without a plan, so over breakfast the negotiations begin........ After some discussion, we finally decide to go and see the world famous Jade Market, which unlike most of the other markets is only open during the day. A quick read on the internet and away we go. The Jade Market is a hawkers market of some 400 or so stalls, but buyer beware. This is not a place to get ...