Mission Hills Resort Shenzhen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... modern Italian restaraunt, NOM. The meals were hearty yet delicate, and Byron chose a Chianti red which complemented the meals perfectly. Thursday saw us nursing slightly sore heads, and collecting wallets, credit cards and phones which had gone missing in action the night before. Byron and Meredith took us to a Yum Cha restaurant with a Michelin star head chef, and before we knew it, we were saying our goodbyes. Our adventure continues to London where we will be staying for 4 ...
China is an interesting destination, home to one of the oldest cultures on the planet with millennia of history and creative development. It's also famous as the largest Communist state in the world, but one which is changing, in parts at an increasingly frenetic pace. It’s the second largest economy on the planet and is set to overtake the USA as the world’s largest economy within the next decade. It’s a huge place and incredibly diverse as a ...
... and people - maybe because of the Chinese New Year Holidays - but it does seem quite strange to be in a large city for it to be so quiet. Shenzhen has a lot of trees and gardens planted along the streets and parks which gives the city quite a pleasant atmosphere.
... great templestay experience, it was a much needed break from the stresses we had gone through a couple days before trying to plan our trip to Hong Kong.
We left the temple around 1:00pm and had about 8 hours before our flight to Hong Kong. We were still a little hungry after lunch so we decided to go back to one of the vegan restaurants and try their ice cream that we'd been wanting to try. We looked at the cup sizes they were ...
... Hong Kong we managed to see. Shanti houses rested on stilts in the water as we bobbed by in a speedboat in search of pink dolphins. The markets in this area were extremely unique and most boasted pearl necklaces and bracelets for sale. Haggling here was a must and quite enjoyable! There was lots of dried fish for sale which gave the alleyways and market stalls a less than fresh aroma, the locals here really were not fans of their ...