Mission Hills Resort Shenzhen
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... This took us one stop on the MTR (underground train) past the current pro democracy demonstrations so no problems there. Having eaten a burger with sweet and sour sauce(not the norm on the HR menu) Steve bought the obligatory T shirt.
When we got back to the hotel just time to take a picture of Hong Kong harbour and lights (attached) before collapsing into our bed
... two bags each in and yes we did. So after a bite to eat in town and one last look around we went back to Joc's and got two of her carry on bags and filled them up as well. So now we have three bags each, a backpack each, Karry has a lamp base and I have a shopping bag.
Lots of stress this morning working out what to do, whether to ...
... 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.
Wow, what a city! As soon as we got here, we knew we wanted more. I just don't know how to describe Hong Kong. I suppose it's a bit like a pinball machine - the lights, the sounds, the constant movement. Every corner offers a unique and exciting photo opportunity. The entire city seems as if it's illuminated with neon signs and flashing lights, which advertise various Chinese characters and ridiculous English phrases. Sometimes, it's so bright ...
... going on a sleeper train at midnight to get to Shenzhen and go through the border. This we did, me with 5,000 RMB from the school in hand to pay the fine, but upon arrival at the border, I was told that in the space of a week the fine had increased to 10,000 RMB (£1,000). Don't ask me how. T.I.C.
Cue me ringing the school and them wiring me extra money for the fine, whilst waiting around in an agony of anticipation for the money to get through, Luke ...