Mission Hills Resort Shenzhen
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... went wild after grade’s 6 rendition and I was happy just to be a part of it.
At the end of the night, the foreign teachers and I who participated in the Taylor Swift song were invited to the class’s dance party. I wasn’t too hungry myself, but the students offered us all sorts of Chinese treats, ranging from: meat floss, dried seaweed, and, of course, shrimp chips. The class also ordered in a KFC family meal, of which, I alone could finish ...
Hong Kong day two.
We had a full tour booked for our second day in Hong Kong and, like day one, it did not disappoint. Firstly, we had a trip on a junk style boat and sailed around the harbor area. It was a good opportunity to see Hong Kong Island before actually setting foot there.
The skyline on Hong Kong island is very similar to Kowloon but there are a lot more business and economic type buildings rather than ...
... to K11 for dinner at the Empire City Roast Duck restaurant. We had a short wait for a table and there was some confusion over the wine we'd ordered (they initially brought out an expensive one instead of the house wine we'd ordered) but apart from this it was a superb meal. We shared an entree of marinated shrimps which were beautifully tasty, then had a half duck complete with all the trimmings - a better Peking Duck than we'd had in Beijing ...
... the viewing spot. We chose a good time to go up (around 5 pm) because that way you both get to see it in daylight and at nightime when everything is lit up (which is much cooler) and you can also see the sunset behind you.
We also went to the avenue of stars one morning, which is Hong Kong's own walk of fame with stars and statues of several famous Cantonese and Chinese movie stars. It's located right by the water on the Kowloon peninsula so ...
... but China's probably one of the worst. Let's look at some of my firsthand experiences, as well as others.
To wish me a merry Christmas and a happy new year, my parents went along and sent me a nice card. They sent it in the beginning of December to give the notoriously bad Chinese postal service time to process it. Christmas passed, sadly, and I didn't receive the card. Then New Years passed. Then Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, and 3 Chinese holidays ...